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ON VERTS TO ROME 



A BIOGRAPHICAL LIST OF THE MORE 
NOTABLE CONVERTS TO THE CATHOLIC 
CHURCH IN THE UNITED KINGDOM 
DURING THE LAST SIXTY YEARS - - 



W.GORDON GORMAN. 



CONVERTS TO ROME 



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CONVERTS TO ROME 



A BIOGRAPHICAL LIST OF THE MORE 
NOTABLE CONVERTS TO THE CATHOLIC 
CHURCH IN THE UNITED KINGDOM 
DURING THE LAST SIXTY YEARS :: :: :: 



COMPILED AND EDITED BY 

W. GORDON GORMAN 



NEW AND ENLARGED EDITION 



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CONTENTS 



PAOK 



DEDICATION v 

PREFACE ix 

STATISTICS OF THE LIST xiii 

THE ANCIENT CHURCH OF ROME xvi 

CONVERTS TO ROME . 1 

APPENDIX- 
CHILDREN OR GRANDCHILDREN OF CONVERTS- 
SECULAR CLERGY 305 

ORATORIANS 306 

REGULAR CLERGY- 
BENEDICTINES 307 

CARMELITES 307 

DOMINICANS 307 

FRANCISCANS 307 

INSTITUTE OF CHARITY 307 

JESUITS 307 

PASSION IST 308 

REDEMPTORISTS 308 

SALESIAN . . 308 

SERVITE 308 

THE ROYAL NAVY 309 

THE ARMY 309 



Vll 



PREFACE 

THE first edition of this work appeared in 1878, under the 
title of 'Rome's Recruits.' During the thirty-two years 
that have elapsed since that mere list was printed, nine 
other editions have been published, for all of which I have 
been entirely responsible. 

The welcome which this book has received in the earlier 
editions and the hundreds of letters which have reached 
me have testified to the fact that I have supplied a need, 
and in so doing have justified my labours. 

The task of preparing a new edition, which should 
include the names of the many recent converts and at the 
same time give that fuller information necessary in a book 
of reference, was commenced some years ago. The collection of 
names and details has been 110 light undertaking but encourage- 
ment and help have been forthcoming on every side. My 
best thanks are due to those who have, with the greatest 
kindness, replied to my enquiries and to those also who 
have written to assure me of their interest in the book and 
to witness to the good its publication has done. 

It is a happy coincidence, and I hope a happy omen 
that I have brought my work to completion in this the 
Golden Jubilee year of the Restoration of the Catholic 
Hierarchy in our country. 

The publication of such a list speaks eloquently for the 
vitality of the Church. It may be regarded as a challenge 
by some, but nothing is further from the wish of the author. 
To all fair-minded men the movement towards the Church 



Preface 

cannot fail to be of great interest. With the bigot the 
author has no concern except to remind him that in yielding 
allegiance to the Old Faith the convert becomes no less loyal 
to his native country. His Gracious Majesty King George V 
has not in the thousands enumerated in these pages lost 
a single subject ; rather has he gained, for loyalty like all 
the virtues only grows stronger in the fuller life. 

No pains have been spared to secure accuracy in the infor- 
mation given in this list, which does not claim to be ollicial 
and which is in no way, 'a numbering of the people' hut 
a record of a spiritual change among the intellectual classes 
of these Islands. The names have been supplied to me by 
the converts themselves, by their friends, or have been 
culled from the public press. In this connection the columns 
of The Tablet have provided me with much material and my 
sincerest acknowledgements are due to the editor and 
publisher of that well known paper. The pages of those 
most interesting works The BMiograpkieat Dictio)i<iri/ of 
English Catholics and The Catholic Who's Who have enabled 
me to correct several errors in previous editions of my volume. 
I am happy in the belief that Mr Joseph Gillow and Sir 
Francis Burnand will accept this public expression of my 
gratitude. I am also very appreciative of the cou i 
extended to me by several ladies and gentlemen (daughters 
or sons of converts) for adding to, or correcting their family 
biographies; as well as for presenting me witli copies of 
the 'Lives' or 'Memoirs' of their distinguished parents. I 
cannot deny myself the pleasure of thanking quite a hundred 
Anglican clergymen who have been so good as to answer 
all my queries. 

If error has crept in, it has been by some inadvertence 
and for any such, if such there be, I would apologise most 
humbly. Nothing would pain me more than that the 
insertion of any name should give pain to a single person. 

It will be found by a cursory inspection of the list that 
there is hardly an English noble family that has not given 
one or more of its members to the liomaii Catholic Church ; 



Preface xi 

the intercourse thus opened between the two formerly 
uncommunicating camps has resulted in a feeling of mutual 
good- will and friendliness which the greatest intellects and 
the largest hearts on each side cordially encourage. 

As many of my correspondents have addressed me as 
though I were in Holy Orders, I think it my duty to state 
that I am not a priest nor am I a member of any Religious 
Order. 

In conclusion I would add, that I shall be happy to 
receive corrections and new biographies for future editions. 



W. GORDON GORMAN. 



STONYHURST COLLEGE, 
BLACKBURN. 



STATISTICS OF THE LIST 

CLERGYMEN OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND . . . 572 

CLERGYMEN OF THE CHURCHES OF SCOTLAND . . .23 

CLERGYMEN OF THE CHURCH OF IRELAND . . .12 

NONCONFORMIST MINISTERS . . . . .13 

ANGLICAN SISTERS . . . . . .50 

PEERS ........ 29 

PEERESSES . . . . . . .53 

MEMBERS OF THE NOBILITY ..... 432 

BARONETS . . . . . . .42 

BARONETS' WIVES . . . . . .25 

KNIGHTS . . . . . . .21 

KNIGHTS' WIVES . . . . . .34 

CLERGYMEN'S WIVES ...... 203 

CLERGYMEN'S DAUGHTERS ..... 350 

CLERGYMEN'S SONS ...... 269 

THE MEDICAL PROFESSION . . . . .92 

THE DIPLOMATIC SERVICE . . . . .39 

OFFICERS OF THE ROYAL NAVY . . . . .64 

OFFICERS OF THE ARMY . ... . . . 306 

THE LEGAL PROFESSION 

BARRISTERS, 126 ; SOLICITORS 66 ... 192 

ARTISTS ....... 35 

THE MUSICAL PROFESSION . . . . .53 

THE DRAMATIC PROFESSION . . . . .14 

LITERATURE (POETS, AUTHORS AND PLAYWRIGHTS) . . 470 

xiii 






XIV 



Statistics of the List 



GRADUATES OF OXFORD UNIVERSITY 


. 58fi 


All Souls' College 


5 New College 


20 


Balliol College . 


34 New Inn Hall 


3 


Brasenose College 


27 Oriel College 


41 


CharsleyHall 


1 Pembroke College 


13 


Christ Church . 


84 Pope's Hall . 


3 


Corpus Christi College 


7 Queen's College . 


21 


Exeter College 


52 St Alban's Hall . 


3 


Hertford College . 


4 St Edmund's Hall 


13 


Jesus College 


9 St John's College 


20 


Keble College 


19 Trinity College . 


20 


Lincoln College . 


13 University College 


25 


Magdalen College 


27 Wadham College 


10 


Magdalen Hall 


13 Worcester College 


19 


St Mary's Hall . 


1Q, Graduates whose colleges 




Merton College . 


21 are unknown to the editor . 


43 


GRADUATES OF CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY . 


. r.ir. 


Caius and Gonville College 


12 Magdalene College 


11 


St Catharine's College 


7 Pembroke College 


6 


St Catharine's Hall 


2 Peterhouse , 


11 


Christ College 


12 Queens' College . 


11 


Clare College 


7 Selwyn College . 


3 


Corpus Christi College 


14 Sidney Sussex College 


s 


Downing College . 
Emmanuel College 


7 Trinity College . 
14 Trinity Hall. 


102 

9 


Jesus College 


11 Graduates whose colleges 




St John's College . 


41 are unknown to the 




King's College . 


14 editor . "* . 


44 


ABERDEEN UNIVERSITY . 


. 


2 


DURHAM UNIVERSITY 


. 


. 24 


EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY 




. 17 


GLASGOW UNIVERSITY . 


.... 


5 


LONDON UNIVERSITY 


. 


. 25 


ROYAL UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND .... 


C 


ST ANDREWS'S UNIVERSITY 


. 


4 


TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN 


. 


. 63 


PUBLIC SCHOOL MEN 


. 


. 425 


Charterhouse 


15 Radley College . 


. 12 


Cheltenham College . 


7 Rugby School 


. 19 


Christ's Hospital . 


7 St Augustine's, Canterbury 


. 5 


Clifton College . 


5 St Paul's School . 


. 7 


Dulwich College . 


5 Sherborne School . 


. 8 


Eton College 


93 Shrewsbury School 


. 7 


Haileybury College 


9 Tonbridge School 


. 9 


Harrow School 


39 Wellington College . 


. 9 


King's College, London 


28 Westminster School . 


. 21 


Marlborough College . 


11 Winchester College 


. 33 


Merchant Tavlors' 


7 Various 


69 



Statistics of the List 



XV 



CONVERTS WHO HAVE BECOME PRIESTS 






REGULAR CLERGY 
Augustinians 
Benedictines 
Canons Regular . 
Carmelites . 
Carthusians . 
Institute of Charity 
Cistercians . 
Dominicans . 
Franciscans . 



3 Jesuits 109 

28 Marists 2 

3 Oblates of Mary Immaculate 3 
2 Passionists .... 16 
2 Pious Society of Missions . 3 
9 Redemptorists . . .16 

4 Salesians .... 2 
32 Servites .... 2 

6 Trappist .... 1 



CONVERTS WHO HAVE BECOME NUNS 



,i2 



SECULAR CLERGY : Including Oratorians, 34 ; Oblates of 

St Charles, 21 . 369 



243 



164 



THE ANCIENT CHURCH OF ROME 

As rises Teneriffe above 

The restless ocean's moan, 
So looms above earth's chance and cliange 

The ancient Church of Rome. 
Majestic 'gainst the sunset shy 

The Titan mountain stands, 
Frouming while ocean-giants die 

Upon its foaming strands. 
So bold against the lurid past, 

Yet stands the Church of Rome, 
Unchanged when all is changing fast 

Th& storm-tossed pilgrim's home. 
Overwhelmed by the barbarian hosts 

The Eternal City fell, 
But laid on her rude conquerors 

Tlie magic of her spell. 
Thus facing countless future years, 

And ages yet unborn, 
Rome rises o'er all haunting fears, 

And dreads no coming storm. 

CHARLES EDWARD STOWE 

A Congregationalist Minister, and 
son of Mrs Harriet Beecher Stowe, 
the author of "Uncle Toms 
Cabin." 



xvi 



CONVERTS TO ROME 



A BAD AM, Miss Alice, daughter of Edward Abadam, J.P., of Middleton 
Hall, Carmarthenshire, Wales, at one time High Sheriff for that county. 

(1888) 
Abbott, Mrs, wife of J. B. Abbott, Solicitor. 

Abbott, Mrs, wife of R. B. Abbott, barrister -at -law. (1866) 

a Beckett, Arthur William, (1844-1908) of Felsted School; novelist and 
playwright ; barrister ; formerly of the War Office ; editor of The Glow- 
worm ; correspondent for The Standard and The Globe during the Franco - 
German war ; for some time private Secretary to the 15th Duke of 
Norfolk, K.G. ; on the staff of Punch ; formerly editor of The Sunday 
Times and the Naval and Military Magazine ; served as President of the 
Institute of Journalists in 1900 ; and on the Managing Committee of the 
Society of Authors ; son of Gilbert Abbott a Beckett (1811-1856), Metro- 
politan Police Magistrate and Man of Letters. (1874) 

a Beckett, Gilbert Arthur, (1837-1891) of Westminster School, and 
M.A., Christ Church, Oxford ; barrister, journalist and playwright ; on 
the staff of Punch-, son of Gilbert Abbott a Beckett (1811-1856), Metro- 
politan Police Magistrate and Man of Letters, author of " Comic History 
of England." (1869) 

a Beckett, Mrs, widow of Gilbert Arthur a Beckett. (1869) 

Abingdon, The Earl of, (Montagu Arthur Bertie) seventh Earl ; of 
Eton College ; J.P. and D.L. for Berkshire ; Hon. Colonel 3rd Bat. Berk- 
shire Regt. ; son-in-law of Charles Towneley, of Towneley, and then of 
General the Hon. Sir James C. Dormer, K.C.B., father of the 13th Baron 
Dormer. (1858) 

Abraham, Miss Cornelia, daughter of the late Rev. W. H. Abraham, 
D.D., vicar of Xewton-upon Rowcliffe, Pickering, Yorks. 

Abraham, Miss Dora, daughter of the late Rev. W. H. Abraham, D.D. 

f Deceased. 



Converts to Rome 



t Abraham, Edwin, of the Record Office ; uncle of the Very Rev. Canon 
Augustus P. Be the 11, at one time Priest -in -charge of St Antony of Padua, 
Anerley, London, S.E. (1849) 

Abraham, Mrs Mary, (1840-1900) foundress of St Pelagia's Home 
for destitute women in the East end of London. (1884) 

Adair, Lieutenant-Colonel H. B. IM., of the Royal Engineers. 

Adair, Mrs, wife of Colonel Adair. 

t Adams, Miss Cecelia Eliza, daughter of John Smith Adams, squire 
of Woodchester, Gloucestershire. (1852) 

Adams, Miss Sophia Charlotte Louisa, (1832-1891) a Dominican 
nun (Mother Rose Columba) foundress and first Prioress of St Dominic's 
Priory, North Adelaide, Australia ; daughter of John Smith Adams, of 
Woodchester, Gloucestershire. (1852) 

Adams, Walter Marsham, M.A., Fellow of New College, Oxford ; 
author ; son of the late Assistant Judge, Mr Serjeant Adams. 

Adamson, Miss A. R., of Ardachy, Fort Augustus, N.B. (1908) 

Adderley, Mrs Edmund, sister-in-law of the first Baron Norton. (1880) 

Adey, W. More, M.A., Keble College, Oxford ; author and translator of 
Ibsen and Balzac. (1880) 

Agatha, Sister, formerly of St Mary Magdalen's, Munster Square' 
London, an Anglican Community. (1899) 

Agnes, Sister, a member of the same Sisterhood. (1899) 

Agnett, Miss, now a Carmelite nun. 

Agnew, Miss, authoress ; daughter of Sir Stair Agnew, K.C.B., Registrar- 
General and Keeper of Records for Scotland. 

Ainsworth, John Lees, (1810-1873) of Oldham, Lancashire, and then 
of Bod Evw, St Asaph, North Wales. (1871) 

Ainsworth, Mrs Sophia Magdalen, (1819-1882) wife of John Lees 
Ainsworth (1810-1873) and then a Redemptorist nun, (Sister Mary Anne 
Llguori of Jesus Crucified) at Drumcondra, Dublin ; daughter of the Rev. 
John Hanmer, M.A., and grand -daughter of Sir Thomas Hanmer, second 
Baronet, of Hanmer Hall, Flintshire, North Wales. (1850) 

Ainsworth, The Misses, her daughters, one a nun. (1850) 

Akers, Rev. George, (1837-1899) M.A., Oriel College, Oxford ; for some 
years the Rev. Frederick George Lee's coadjutor and curate at St Mary's, 
Aberdeen, N.B., then at St. George's-in-the-East under the Rev. Charles 
Lowder ; a Priest, Canon of Westminster, sometime President of St 
Edmund's College, Ware, and then Priest-in-charge of SS. Mary and 
Michael, London, E. ; son of the Rev. Aretas Akers, M.A. of Mailing 
Abbey, Kent ; uncle of the Right Hon. Aretas Akers-Douglas, M.P. for 
East Kent, and formerly Secretary of State for the Home Department. 

(1868) 



Converts to Rome 



Albemarle, The Earl of, (1832-1894) William Coutts Keppel, seventh 
Earl ; of Eton College ; P.O. ; K.C.M.G. ; A.D.C. to Queen Victoria ; 
F.E.G.S. ; under-Secretary of State for War during the Administrations 
of Lords Beaconsfield and Salisbury ; Lieutenant-Colonel of the 12th 
R.V.C. ; author ; eldest son of the sixth Earl who fought at Waterloo ; 
son-in-law of Sir Allan Napier Macnab, Bart., the Canadian Statesman ; 
was called to the House of Lords as Baron Ashford during his father's 
lifetime. (1879) 

A! den, Eric John, of Charterhouse School and Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge. (1905) 

Alderson, Mrs Mary E., widow of an English clergyman. 
Alderich, Mrs A. P., niece of Dr Poynter, V.A. 

Alexander, Rev. Fin Sow, M.A., LL.D. ; formerly Sub-Dean of the 
Anglican Cathedral of Christ Church, Fredericktown, New Brunswick. 

(1894) 

t Alexander, Henry Abbott Robert, barrister, Bengal Civil Service. 

t Algar, Commander, of the Royal Navy. 

t Algar, John, M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge. (1852) 

Algar, Rev. Joseph Cox, (1820-1882), of Winchester College ; M.A., 
Fellow of University College, Oxford ; curate in the Anglican Church ; at 
one time tutor in the family of the then British Minister to Sweden ; 
subsequently professor at the Little Seminary, Roulers, Belgium ; son of 
an Anglican clergyman. (1849) 

t Alger, Jethro, Solicitor. (1850) 

t Alger, Mrs, wife of Jethro Alger. (1850) 

Alger, Miss, of Kelvedon, Essex ; their daughter. (1850) 

Alington, Alan John, M.A., Worcester College, Oxford; till recently 
Headmaster of Forest House School, Woodford Wells, Essex ; son of the 
Rev. Marmaduke Alington, M. A., Rector of Beni worth, Lincolnshire. (1898) 

Allan, Miss Florence, the actress and singer. (1902) 

Allcard, Miss Mary Anne, formerly an Anglican sister at the Convent 
of St Mary-at-Cross, Shoreditch, London, E. (1879) 

Allchin, Rev. Arthur, a Priest ; for some time Army Chaplain in Egypt, 
till lately Chaplain at Falkland Palace, N.B., the seat of Lord Ninian 
Crichton-Stuart, second son of the third Marquess of Bute ; son of Dr 
Allchin, of Bayswater, London, W., by Margaret, daughter of Alexander 
Holland, New York; brother of Sir William Henry Allchin, M.D., Senior 
Physician to Westminster Hospital, and Member of the Senate of the 
University of London. (1884) 

Allchin, Lady Margaret, daughter of Alexander Holland, of New 
York; wife of Sir William Allchin, M.D., senior physician at Westminster 
Hospital, London, W. (1887) 

Allen, Dr, of Longford House, Acton, London, }Y. 

Allen, George, B.A., Keble College, Oxford. (1899) 

I Allen, Major-General Stewart, of the Bengal Army. 

Alleyne, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Joseph Alleyne, M.A., an Anglican 
Clergyman ; her two sons and daughter. 



Converts to Rome 



Allies, Mrs Eliza Hall, (1821-1902) wife of the Rev. Thomas William 
Allies, (1813-1903), formerly Rector of Launton, Oxfordshire ; and family, 
among whom are Cyril Allies, J.P. for co. Gal way, and Miss Mary H. 
Allies, a distinguished contributor to Catholic literature ; daughter of 
Thomas Newman, (1779-1858), of Xelmes, near Romford, Essex, by Eliza 
Hall Newman, (17S'.-1S31) nee Hall; sister of the late Rev. Dr Thomas 
Harding Newman, an Anglican clergyman. (1851) 

Allies, Mrs Kathleen, (1860-1894) first wife of Cyril Allies, J.P. for co. 
Galway, fourth son of the Rev. Thomas William Allies, (1813-1903) 
formerly Rector of Launton, Oxfordshire ; daughter of the Rev. John 
Lillie, D.D., a Scotch Presbyterian Minister of Hobart Town, Tasmania, 
by his wife, Mary Burnett. (1881) 

Allies, Rev. Thomas William. (1813-1903), of Eton College, (Newcastle 
Scholar) ; M.A., Fellow of AVadham College, Oxford ; Chaplain to the late 
Lord Bishop of London, (Dr Blomfield), then Rector of Launton, Oxford- 
shire ; Knight Commander of St Gregory the Great ; an eminent author, 
the most notable of his works being The Church of England cleared from the 
Charge of S>-l.inm^ and The Formation of Cliriste-ndom ; for a short time 
Professor of Modern History at tho Catholic University of Ireland ; for 
thirty years the devoted Secretary to the Catholic Poor Schools' 
Committee ; son of the Rev. Thomas Allies, M.A., rector of Wormington, 
near Cheltenham, by Frances Elizabeth Fripp, (1792-1813), a Moravian 
and daughter of a Bristol merchant. (1850) 

Allnatt, Charles Francis F., B.A., Trinity College, Dublin ; barrister 
and author ; son of Charles Blake Allnatt, of Shrewsbury. (1^'"0 

Alston, Rev. George, at one time monk of Llanthony Abbey, and then 
a member of the Cowley Brotherhood ; a Benedictine Monk (Dom Cyprian) 
at St Anthony of Padua, Dulwich, London, S.E. (1898) 

Ames, Ernest Fitzroy, of Haileybury College; F.R.G.S, Civil 
Engineer; was assistant-engineer on the Mexican National Railway and 
district engineer on the Inter-oceanic Railway; author; son of Lionel 
Ames, of The Hyde, Hertfordshire. (1899) 

Ames, Louis Eric Linden, formerly an officer in the 2nd Life Guards ; 
J.P. for Northumberland ; eldest son of Henry Ames, D.L., of Linden and 
Longhorsley, Northumberland. (1891) 

Ames, Mrs Margaret Wilhelmina, wife of Louis Eric Linden Ames, 
J.P. ; youngest daughter of William John Hamilton, M.P. ; sister of the 
10th Baron Belhaven and Stenton ; cousin of the Hon. and Right Rev. 
Dr Algernon Charles Stanley, Bishop of Emmaus, son of the second Baron 
Stanley of Alderley ; mother of Lieutenant John Louis Ames, late of the 
5th Fusiliers, and of Lieutenant Robert Henry Ames, R.N. (1875) 

Ames, Mrs Mary Frances, the authoress; daughter of the Rev. 
Patrick Leslie-Miller, of Dalswinton, N.B. ; wife of Ernest Fitzroy Ames, 
F.R.G.S., the civil engineer and author. (1899) 

Anderdon, Miss Blanche, the novelist who writes under the nom de 
guerre of White Avis ; second daughter of the late Rev. W. E. Partridge, 
Lord of the Manor of Horsenden, Buckinghamshire, by Lucy Olivia 
Hobart, daughter of Thomas Oliver Anderdon, Q.C., of Farley Hall, 
Berkshire ; cousin of the Rev. William Henry Anderdon, (1816-1890), a 
priest of the Society of Jesus. (1880) 



Converts to Rome 



Anderdon, Rev. William Henry, (1816-1890), of King's College, 
London ; M.A., Bennet Scholar of University College, Oxford ; at one time 
Vicar of St Margaret's -with-Knighton, Leicester ; a Priest of the Society 
of Jesus ; D.D. of Rome ; for three years Professor at the Catholic 
University College, Dublin ; author ; cousin of Cardinal Manning. (1850) 

Anderson, Rev. Arthur, M.A., Trinity Hall, Cambridge; late curate of 
St John's, East Dulwich, London, S.E. ; a Priest, till lately professor at 
St John's Seminary, Wonersh, Guildford, Surrey ; now chaplain to the 
Religious of St Andrew, Streatham, London, S.W. (1892) 

Anderson, Mrs Fanny Caroline Marie, (1887-1908) wife of the 
Rev. Matthew Anderson, M.A., an Anglican clergyman ; daughter of 
Colonel Francis Fan-ant, R.L.S., of Buckland House, near Dover. 

Andersen, Captain P. W., formerly of the Sherwood Foresters ; now 
Resident of North Nigeria. (1903) 

Anderson, William D., of Ardsheal, Ballachulish, Argyllshire, N.B. (1897) 
t Andrews, Colonel, of Plymouth. 

t Andrews, Mrs, his wife ; sister-in-law of the Rev. George Rundle Prynne, 
M.A., Vicar of St Peter's, Plymouth, Devonshire. 

Andrews, Miss, formerly an Anglican sister at Capetown; now Sister 
Mary Monica at the Convent of the Assumption, Kensington Square, 
London, W. 

Andrews, Mrs, wife of a Suffolk Rector. (1867) 

Andrews, Rev. Septimus, of Westminster School ; M.A., Christ 
Church, Oxford ; for five years Assistant-Master at Westminster School 
and then Vicar of Market Harborough, Leicestershire ; a Priest (Oblate of 
St Charles) at St Mary of the Angels, Westmoreland Road, Bayswater, 
London, W. (1869) 

Angelo, Miss, late of Colachy, Fort Augustus, Invernesa-shire, N.B. 

Angus, Rev. George, (1842-1909), M.A., S.C.L., St Edmund's Hall, 
Oxford ; at one time Ensign and Lieutenant in the Indian Army, then 
curate at Prestbury, Gloucestershire ; a Priest, formerly Chaplain of the 
Catholic University College, Kensington, London, W. ; late in charge of 
St James', St Andrews, Fife, N.B. ; contributor to The Tablet. (1873) 

Angus, Colonel John, late of the 79th Cameron Highlanders. (1906) 

Anne, Mrs Edith, wife of Major Ernest Lambert Swinburne Anne, 
Burghwallis Hall, near Doncaster, York, formerly of the 55th Regiment ; 
youngest daughter of Sir Thomas George Augustus Parkyns, 6th Baronet. 

(1885) 

Anstey, The Hon. Henry Frampton, (1822-1862), member of the 
Legislative Assembly of Tasmania ; Knight of St Gregory the Great. (1842) 

Anstey, The Hon. Thomas Chisholm, (1816-1873), of Wellington 
College and University College, London ; barrister ; for a time Professor of 
Law at Prior Park College, Bath ; M.P. for Youghal, Ireland ; Attorney- 
General at Hong-Kong, and then Judge of the High Court of Bombay ; 
author. (1836) 



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t Anstice, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Joseph Anstice, M.A., Professor of 
Classical Literature at King's College, London. (1845) 

Anstruther, Mrs, grand-daughter of the last Baron Seaforth. 

Anstruther, Miss Lloyd, a nun; daughter of James Hamilton 
Anstruther, of Hintlesham, Suffolk. 

Antrobus, Rev. Frederick I., (1838-1903), of Eton College ; formerly 
attache at the British Embassy in Paris ; a Priest of the Brompton Oratory, 
London, S.AV. ; author ; son of Sir Edmund Antrobus, second Baronet. 

(1864) 

Arbuthnott, The Hon. David, (1821-1901), of the Bengal Civil 
Service ; son of the eighth Viscount Arbuthnott, Lord-Lieutenant of 
Kincardineshire. 

Arbuthnott, The Hon. Mrs Eliza, wife of the late Hon. David 
Arbuthnott ; daughter of Dr Thomas Forbes Reynolds, of Wallington, 
Surrey. (1868) 

Arbuthnott, Mrs, the authoress. 

Archer, William Henry, (1824-1909), of Windsor, Melbourne, Australia ; 
founder of the Statistical System of Victoria, and for many years 
Commissioner of Education ; barrister ; Knight of St Gregory the Great 
and Knight Commander of the Order of Pius ; author ; Hon. Fellow of 
the Statistical Society of London. (1848) 

Arden, Rev. Charles Henry, late curate of St Philip's, Girlington, 
Bradford, Yorkshire. (1901) 

Arden, Rev. Henry Alban, (1820-1888), formerly a surgeon; a 
Dominican Friar at Woodchester Priory, Gloucestershire ; son of Dr 
Christopher Arden, of Dorchester ; grandson of the late Rev. Alban Gwynne, 
M.A., rector of Ben worth, Hampshire. (1850) 

Argyll, The Duchess of, (1809-1878), Anne Colquhoun, third wife 
of the seventh Duke ; daughter of John Colquhoun. (1851) 

Arkle, Daniel, professor of Ampleforth College, Yorkshire. (1901) 

Arkwright, Mrs, wife of the Vicar of Latton. 
Arkwright, The Misses, her four daughters, one a nun. 

Arkwright, Mrs, wife of Robert Wigram Arkwright, of Kormanton 
Turville Hall, Leicestershire. 

Arkwright, William Philip, of Eton College and Christ Church, 
Oxford ; J.P. for Derbyshire ; Lord of the Manor of Sutton Scarsdale and 
High Sheriff for Derbyshire, 1890 ; only son of Major William Arkwright, 
of the 6th Dragoons ; grandson of Robert Arkwright, D.L. (1881) 

Armstrong, Miss, daughter of the Rev. J. Armstrong, M.A., an Anglican 
clergyman. 

Arnold, Rev. Damien, a Passionist Priest at St Anne's Retreat, 
Sutton, St Helen's, Lancashire . 

Arnold, Miss, a nun ; sister of the Rev. Damien Arnold. 



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Arnold, Mrs Elizabeth Cotton, wife of George Matthews Arnold, 
K.S.G., of Milton Hall, Gravesend, Kent ; daughter of George Essell, J.P., 
of the Precincts, Rochester, Kent ; mother of Bernard Arnold, J.P. for 
Kent and F.L S. (1859) 

Arnold, George Matthews, (1828-1908), of Milton Hall, Gravesend, 
Kent ; Knight of St Gregory the Great ; F.S.A. ; J.P. and D.L. for Kent ; 
eight times Mayor of Gravesend ; solicitor and author ; son of Robert 
Coles Arnold, J.P. of Whartons, Framfield, Sussex ; brother of Sir Edwin 
Arnold, K.C.I.E., the poet, and of Sir Arthur Arnold the social reformer. 

(1859) 

Arnold, Mrs Julia, (1825-1888), wife of Thomas Arnold, (1823-1900); 
daughter of James Benison, of Slieve Russell, co. Cavan, Ireland, then of 
Tasmania. (1856) 

Arnold, Thomas, (1823-1900), of Winchester College and Rugby School ; 
M.A., University College, Oxford ; barrister ; inspector of schools in 
Tasmania ; Fellow of the Royal University of Ireland, and for a time 
Professor of English at the Catholic University College, Dublin ; author ; 
son of the celebrated Rev. Dr Thomas Arnold, (1795-1842), Headmaster of 
Rugby School ; brother of Matthew Arnold, (1822-1888), the poet and critic ; 
father of Mrs Humphry Ward, the well-known novelist. (1856) 

Arnold-Morris, Herbert, the artist. (1876) 

Arnold-Morris, Miss, his sister. (1876) 

Arnott, Mrs, widow of an Anglican clergyman. 

Arnott, Rev. Arthur P., M.A., Trinity College, Oxford; late Incum- 
bent of St James' Episcopal Chapel, Edinburgh, N.B. (1886) 

Arnott, Rev. John, M.A., Cantab ; formerly an Anglican clergyman. 

Arthur, Miss, sister of Colonel Sir Frederick Leopold Arthur, second 
Baronet. 

Artindale, Mrs Florence Ada Mary Philippa, wife of the late 
Thomas Frederick Artindale. (1899) 

Artindale, Miss Mary, daughter of the late Thomas Frederick Artindale. 

(1907) 

Arundel, Mrs Catherine Helen, wife of Arundel Tagg-Arundel, B.A., 
of the Indian Civil Service ; daughter of James Duncan Sim, C.S.I. (1891) 

Arundell of Wardour, The Lady, (1787-1845), Lady Mary Anne 
Grenville Nugent Temple, wife of the tenth Baron Arundell of Wardour ; 
only daughter of the second Earl Temple, and first Marquess of Bucking- 
ham. (1830) 

Ashbrook, The Viscountess, (1851-1906), wife of the sixth Viscount, 
daughter of J. F. Abingdon, of Esher, Surrey. (1900) 

Ashburnham, The Earl of; (Bertram Ashburnham), fifth Earl ; of 
Westminster School; J.P., and D.L. for Brecknockshire, J.P. for Sussex and 
Carmarthenshire ; Knight Grand Cross of the Sovereign Order of Malta, 
and of the Order of Pius. (1872) 



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Ash burn ham, The Countess of, (1858-1900), Emily, wife of the 
fifth Earl ; daughter of K. Chaplin. (1888) 

Aspinall, John Bridge, (1818-1886), of Rugby School ; barrister ; Q.C. ; 
Recorder of Liverpool, and at one time Attorney-General for the County 
Palatine of Durham ; son of the Rev. James Aspinall, M.A., rector of 
Althorpe, Lincolnshire ; father of James Perronet Aspinall (1844-1898), 
barrister, Q.C. and Admiralty Advocate ; grandfather of the present 
General-Manager of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. (1847) 

Aspland, William B., of Spilsby, Lincolnshire. (1897) 

Asselburg, Madame, nee Xewnham, now of Lille, France. (1899) 

Astley, Miss F., a nun, and Prioress of Colwith. (1872) 

t Aston, Thomas, of the Oaklands, Edgbaston, Birmingham. (1862) 

t Aston, Mrs, wife of Thomas Aston. (1862) 

Aston, Walter Douglas, Fellow, M.A., Downing College, Cambridge ; 
Whewell Scholar for International Law; Junior Dean and Director of 
Legal Studies for his College. (1908) 

Athy, Mrs, wife of Randle Lynch Athy of Renville, co. Gal way ; mother of 
Edmond Joseph Philip Lynch Athy, J.P., and formerly High Sheriff of 
co. Galway. (1876) 

Atkinson, Miss, a nun at the Convent of the Sacred Heart, Roehampton, 
London, S.\Y. (1884) 

Atkinson, Miss F., a nun at the Convent of the Sacred Heart, Roehamp- 
ton, London, S.W. (1883) 

Atkinson, Frederick Watson, LL.B., London University ; solicitor. 

(1886) 

Atkinson, Rev. Joseph, (1824-1881) a Priest of the Order of Charity at 
St Etheldreda's, Holborn, London, E.G. (1856) 

Atkinson, Miss Madeleine, of Eustace Street, Dublin. (1856) 

Atkinson, Miss Susan, relative of Mrs Anne Ramsden Bennett, cousin 
of the late Right Hon. William Ewart Gladstone, P.C., and of Sir Thomas 
Gladstone, second Baronet. (1874) 

Atkinson, Mrs Thomas, wife of Councillor Thomas Atkinson, of Ryton, 
formerly of Bywell Hall, Stockton-on-Tyne. (1897) 

Atkinson-Grimshawe, Mrs Charles, of Bruges, Belgium. (1889) 

Atlee, Albert John Falconer, (1837-1858), son of Falconer John 
Atlee, C.M.G. (1857) 

Atlee, Falconer John, (1826-1894), of Winchester College and Cam- 
bridge University ; C.M.G. ; for fifty years connected with the British 
Embassy at Paris as Consul and Second Secretary ; son of Falconer John 
Atlee, of Wands worth, Surrey. (1850) 

t Atlee, Mrs, mother of Falconer John Atlee, C.M.G. (1850) 



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t Atlee, Mrs, wife of Falconer Jolin Atlee, C.M.G. (1850) 

Atlce, The Misses, their two youngest daughters. (1858) 

t Attwood, Rev. Edward William, B.A., Jesus College, Oxford ; 
curate of St Michael's, Shoreditch, London, E.G. (1865) 

Atwood, Lieutenant Arthur F. L, of the Royal Navy; son of the 
Rev. Francis Atwood, M.A., of Boscombe, Bournemouth, Hampshire. 

Atwood, Miss Hilda, a Benedictine nun; daughter of the Kev. Francis 
Atwood, M.A. 

Auchinleck, David, of Newhaven House, Edinburgh, N.B. (1880) 

Auckland, The Lady, Sybil Constance, wife of the fifth Baron ; 
daughter of Colonel George Morland Hutton, C.B., of Gate Burton Hall, 
Lincolnshire. (1897) 

Audrey, Mrs Joseph, of Ludingtoa (1888) 

Austin, Alfred, of the War Office. (1891) 

Austin, Lady Agnes Bryon, wife of Sir John Austin (1824-1906), first 
Baronet ; daughter of Samuel Standidge Byron, J.P. of West Ay ton, 
Yorks ; mother of Sir William Michael Byron Austin, second Baronet ; 
foundress of Catholic Church, (St Joseph's), Castleford, Yorks. (1864) 

Austin, Sir John, (1824-1906), of Kippax Grammar School, Yorks; first 
Baronet ; M.P. for Yorkshire ; J.P. for the West Hiding ; President of the 
Osgoldcross Liberal Association ; a liberal benefactor to the Church, (1864) 

Aveling, Rev. Francis A. Powell, of Bishop Ridley College, Bishop's 
College University ; B.A. Keble College, Oxford ; M'Gill University and 
Canadian College, Rome. A Priest, D.D. of Rome, till lately Prebendary 
and Cathedral Chaplain of Westminster ; now at the Seminaire Leon xiii., 
Louvain, Belgium ; author. (1896) 

Ayer-Carr, Alfred, of Heslington, Yorks. (1880) 

Ay I ing, Miss Florence, a Sister of Charity ; step -daughter of the Right 
Hon. Viscount Morley of Blackburn, Secretary of State for India. (1900) 

Aylrner, Sir Arthur Percy Fitzgerald, 13th Baronet; brother of 
Colonel Fenton John Aylmer, V.C., C.B. of the Royal Engineers ; son of the 
late Captain Fenton Aylmer of the 97th Regt. (1893) 

Aylmer, Mrs Isabella EIHnor, wife of Captain Fenton John Aylmer, of 
the 97th Regt. ; daughter of George Darling, of Fowberry Tower, 
and Hetton, Northumberland ; mother of the 13th Baronet. (1897) 



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t BABINGTON, Mrs, wife of, the Rev. Arthur Babingtou, M.A., Kector 
of Wanlip, Leicestershire. (1881) 

t Babington, Miss Mary Augusta, daughter of the Rev. Arthur 
Babington, M.A., Rector of Wanlip, Leicesterahire. (1881) 

Bacchus, Henry, (1821-1896), B.A., Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; 
of the Manor House, Lillington, near Leamington ; father of the Rev. 
John N. Bacchus, a Priest at Oscott College, Birmingham ; and of the 
Rev. Francis Joseph Bacchus, a Priest of the Oratory at Edgbaston, 
Birmingham, and contributor to The Dublin Review. (1846) 

Bacchus, Mrs Isabella, (1828-1901), wife of Henry Bacchus (1821- 
1896), B. A. Cantab. ; daughter of the Rev. James Cumming, (1777-1861), 
B.A. Cantab, Rector of North Runcton, Norfolk, for many years Professor 
of Chemistry at Cambridge, an independent discoverer of thermo-electricity. 

(1846) 

Bacon, Rev. Francis, at one time lay-worker at St Peter's, London 
Docks ; a Priest of the Society of Jesus at St Aloysius' College, Garnet 
Hill, Glasgow, N.B. 

Badeley, Edward Lowth, (1803-1868), M.A., Brasenose College, Oxford ; 
barrister, Q.C. ; F.S.A. ; one of the counsel for the Bishop of Exeter in the 
Gorham case; author; bequeathed his library to the Jesuit Seminary, St 
Mary's Hall, Stonyhurst. (1852) 

Bagot, Miss Alice Mary, daughter of Colonel Charles Bagot, (1808- 
1881), of the Grenadier Guards, Assistant-Master of Ceremonies to Queen 
Victoria, grandson of the Right Hon. Sir Charles Bagot, by Sophia Louisa, 
daughter of Vice-Admiral the Hon. Josceline Percy, C.B., M.P., son of the 
first Earl of Beverley, and niece of the 5th Duke of Northumberland ; 
sister of Richard Bagot, the novelist. (1889) 

Bagshawe, Mrs Catherine, (1803-1878); wife of His Honour Henry 
Ridgard Bagshawe, (1799-1870), County Court Judge; daughter of Dr 
John Gunning, Inspector of Hospitals in the Peninsular War and at Waterloo. 

(1833) 

Bagshawe, Edward, great-nephew of Henry Ridgard Bagshawe, 
(1799-1870), County Court Judge. (1894) 

Bagshawe, Miss Henrietta, of Rome. 



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Bagshawe, His Honour Henry Ridgard, (1799-1870), B. A., Cantab.; 
Q.C. ; County Court Judge; father of the Most Rev. Dr Edward Gilpin 
Bagshawe, Archbishop of Seleucia and from 1874 to 1901 third Bishop 
of Nottingham; and of His Honour Judge William Henry Gunning 
Bagshawe, K.C. ; grandfather of Richard Bagshawe, R.B.H., the artist, and 
of Francis John Bagshawe, Magistrate in the Orange River Colony. (1834) 

| Baigent, Richard, the artist; father of Francis Joseph Baigent, the 
ecclesiastical antiquary and author. 

Baigent, The Very Rev. William Joseph, of St Thomas' Seminary, 
London, W. ; a Priest; successively chaplain at Glossop Hall, Derbyshire; 
in charge of All Saints, Hassop, Bakewell, Derbyshire; Cathedral Adminis- 
trator; Secretary to the Right Rev. Dr Robert Brindle, D.S.O., fourth 
Bishop of Nottingham ; in 1907 he was appointed Canon of Nottingham. 

(1872) 

Bailey, Captain Farmer, D.L, ; Kent. 

Bailey, George Percy, of Eccles Grammar School ; M.A., Trinity 
College, Dublin, (B.A., first class Hons., Senior Moderator and Gold 
Medallist in Experimental Science) ; successively professor at Lucton 
School, Hereford ; Demonstrator in Chemistry at Trinity College, Dublin, 
(1895-99) ; Stonyhurst College, Blackburn (1899-1903) ; Principal of the 
Victoria Institute, Worcester (1903-08) ; now Extension Lecturer for 
Cambridge University. (1909) 

Bailey, Mrs, wife of Professor George Percy Bailey, M.A., Cambridge 
University Extension Lecturer ; widow of Dr Cresswell. (1896) 

Bailey, Thomas J., author. 

Baillie, Rev. Evan, (1816-1899), of Sherborne School; M.A. Trinity 
College, Oxford ; Rector of Lawshall, Suffolk ; lineal descendant of Sir 
William Wallace, the Scottish patriot ; he gave the land for the erection 
of St Bridgett's Abbey of Syon, Chudleigh, Devonshire. (1858) 

Baillie, Mrs Hope, (ne'e Fairfax-Fearnley), wife of Alexander Hope 
Baillie, brother of Sir William Baillie, 2nd Bart., sometime M.P. for 
Linlithgowshire. (1892) 

Bainbridge, Arthur Charles, of the Civil Service. 

t Baines, Captain, of the 95th Reg. (1847) 

Baines, Miss Rosa, of Solihull, Warwickshire. (1885) 

Baisall, Mrs, niece of Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832), first Baronet, the 
poet and novelist. (1846) 

Baker, Rev. Arnold S., of Eton College ; B.A. Exeter College, Oxford ; 
a Priest (Oblate of St Charles) at Our Lady of the Holy Souls, Kensal New 
Town, London, W. (1879) 

Baker, Miss Elizabeth Anstice, the authoress; fourth daughter of 
the Hon. John Baker, of Morialta, South Australia ; sister of the Hon. 
Sir Richard Baker, K.C.M.G., K.C., who was first President of the Federal 
Senate of the Australian Commonwealth. 



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Baker, Henry Sherston, (1814-1875), M.A. Exeter College, Oxford; 
father of Sir George Sherston Baker, fourth Baronet, Recorder of Barn- 
staple, and of Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Henry Baker, of the Royal 
Artillery, who served in the late Afghan and Egyptian campaigns ; grand- 
son of Sir R. Baker, first Baronet, of Dunstable. (1850) 

Baker, Mrs Laura Matilda, daughter of Philip Salomons, of 
Brighton ; niece of Sir David Salomons, first Baronet, of Broomhill, Kent, 
M.P. for Greenwich and the first Jewish Lord Mayor of London. (1897) 

t Baker, The Very Rev. Richard Swinton, a Priest and Vicar- 
General of the diocese of Charleston, U.S.A. ; he was born in Ireland of 
Protestant parents. 

t Baker, Mrs, mother of the late Very Rev. Richard Swinton Baker, Vicar- 
General of Charleston, U.S.A. 

t Baker, William A., General Manager of the Bank of India in London. 

(1903) 

Baldwin, Miss, member of an influential Baptist family in Birmingham. 

(1891) 

Baldwin, Miss May, author of "A Popular Girl," " Sunset Rock," etc. 

Bale, Miss A. M., of Ipswich; a nun at the Franciscan Convent, Baintree, 
Essex. (1899) 

Balfour, Reginald, (1875-1907), of Westminster School ; M.A., Fellow of 
King's College, Cambridge ; junior examiner under the Board of Educa- 
tion ; author and sub-editor of The Month and The Dublin Review. (1901) 

Balfour, Mrs, the authoress ; wife of Reginald Balfour (1875-1907) the 
author ; daughter of the Rev. Francis Warre Cornish, M.A., Vice- 
Provost of Eton; grand-niece of William Makepeace Thackeray (1811- 
1863) the eminent novelist. (1903) 

Ball, Thomas Stanley* at one time Secretary to the Liscard Masonic 
Lodge, a solicitor. (1898) 

Ball, Mrs Alice Caroline, wife of Henry Houston Ball, of Glenmore, 
Road, Haverstock Hill, London, N.W. ; daughter of the late Rev. G. L. 
Langdon, M.A., Rector of St Paul's, Cray. 

Ballantine, Miss, daughter of William Ballantine (1812-1887) the well- 
known Serjeant-at-law. 

Ballard, Rev. Edward Humphrey, (1820-1886), M.A., Fellow of 
Wadham College Oxford ; curate of Pucklechurch ; a Priest and chaplain 
to H.M.S. Melampus; son of Admiral Ballard, C.B. (1850) 

Ballard, The Very Rev. George Frederick, M.A., Worcester 
College, Oxford ; formerly a barrister ; a Priest, Provost of Portsmouth 
and till' recently in charge of the Church of The Immaculate Conception 
and St Joseph Christchurch, Hampshire : son of Admiral Ballard, C.B. 

(1850) 

Ballard, Captain Volant Vashon, (1817-1890), late of the 44th 
Regiment; eldest son of Admiral Ballard, C.B. (1848, 



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t Balsion, Rev. F. R., M.A., Christ Church, Oxford ; rector of Benson, 
Oxfordshire ; a Priest at Our Lady of Consolation and St Francis, West 
Grinstead, Sussex. (1850) 

Bampfield, Rev. George Frederick Lewis, (1827 1900), of 
Tonbridge School ; B.A., Lincoln College, Oxford ; curate of Shoreham, 
Sussex. A Priest and Director of Barnet Schools, Hertfordshire. (1855) 

Bampton, Rev. George, (1816-1865), formerly an Anglican curate ; 
a Priest of the Society of Jesus. (1845) 

Ban-field, Frank, M.A., Oxon. 

Barclay, Alexander, (1827-1897), at one time a leading Freemason in 
Gottenburgh, Sweden. (1878) 

Barclay, Arthur, Professor of the Guildhall School of Music ; Choir- 
blaster of the Brompton Oratory. (1889) 

Barclay, Miss Emma, sister of the Rev. John Barclay, M.A., Hon. 
Canon of Chester, Rural Dean and Vicar of Runcorn. 

Barclay, Miss Fanny, sister of the Rev. John Barclay, M.A., of 
Chester. 

t BarfT, Rev. Frederick Settle, M.A., Caius and Gonville College, 
Cambridge ; curate of Holy Trinity, Hull ; professor of Chemistry at the 
Catholic University College, Kensington, London, W., and at Beaumont 
College, Windsor ; author of several scientific works and text-books. (1852) 

t BarfF, Mrs Margaret Bartlett, wife of Professor Frederick Settle 
Barff, M.A., Cantab. (1852) 

t Barham, Lady Caroline, sister of the last Earl of Thanet. 

Barham, Mrs Gaggiotti, daughter of the above. 

Barker, Miss Ethel, the archaeologist and authoress. (1906) 

Barker, Rev. Thomas Aloysi us, (1845-1905), a Priest of the Society 
of Jesus, for twelve years in British Guiana. (1862) 

Barlow, Miss, formerly an Anglican Sister at All Saints, Margaret Street' 
London, W. 

Barlow, Rev. Thomas William, M.A., Cantab ; late Vicar of Littl 6 
Bowden. (1874) 

Barnard, E. J., M.A., Merton College, Oxford. 

Barnes, The Very Rev. Monsignor Arthur Stapylton, of 

Eton College and Woolwich Academy ; M.A., University College, Oxford ; 
Lieutenant in the Royal Artillery ; curate of St Agnes, Kennington Park, 
S.E., and then Rector of St Ives, Huntingdonshire. A Priest and Chaplain 
to the Catholic Undergraduates at Cambridge ; author ; son of George 
Cornac Barnes, C.B., and of Margaret, daughter of Major Henry Chetwynd- 
Stapylton. (1895) 

Barnes, Captain, of the Indian Army. (1898) 



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Barnes, J. G. H., B.A., Wadham College, Oxford. 

Barnes, Rev. Thomas, B. A., New College, Oxford ; curate of St Peter's, 
Vauxhall, London, S.E. (1898) 

t Barnes, Mrs, of Gilling Castle, Yorkshire ; wife of the Rev. James 
Alexander Barnes, M.A., late Rector of Gilling. 

Barnes, Miss, daughter of the Rev. James A. Barnes, M.A. 

Barratt, John, (1823-1905), Organist, Choirmaster, and Musical Composer 
at St John's, Bath ; formerly Professor of Music at Stonyhurst College, 
Blackburn ; St Mary's College, Oscott ; and Organist at Downside Abbey. 

(1845) 

Barraud, Rev. Clement William, of Lancing College, Sussex ; Poet 
and Playwright. A Priest of the Society of Jesus in charge of Mission, 
Barbadoes, West Indies ; then of New Amsterdam, British Guiana ; now 
Spiritual Father at St Beuno's College, St Asaph, North Wales ; son of 
AVilliam Barraud, the artist ; grandson of Paul Philip Barraud, the famous 
chronometer maker. (1866) 

Barraud, Edward Frederick, (1817-1901), a lay- brother of the Society 
of Jesus at Stonyhurst College, Blackburn ; studied Art under Abraham 
Cooper, (1787-1868), R.A., the cattle and animal painter ; son of William 
Barraud, the artist. (1846) 

Barrett, Miss Ella, a nun at the Convent of the Sacred Heart, Armagh 
Ireland. (1885) 

Barrett, Rev. Ernest, a Benedictine Monk (Dom Michael) at St 
Benedict's Abbey, Fort Augustus, N.B., author. (1870) 

Barrett, Rev. George, B.Sc., London University; a Jesuit scholastic and 
Professor, till lately at Mount St Mary's College, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, 
now at St Francis Xavier's College, Liverpool. (1898) 

Barrett, Rev. John P., a Priest at the Collegio Beda, Rome. 

Barrett, Miss Lily, a nun at the Convent of the Sacred Heart, Armagh, 
Ireland. (1885) 

Barrett, Lady Maud Edith Gundreda, ne'e Lambart ; second 
daughter of the ninth Earl of Cavan, K.P. ; grand-daughter of the Rev. 
John Olive, M.A., rector of Ayott St Lawrence, Hertfordshire ; widow of 
Henry John Barrett, of Swakeley's, Uxbridge, Middlesex ; now a Canoness 
Regular of St Augustine at the English Convent, Bruges, Belgium. (1894) 

Barrett, Rev. Sidney Arthur John, curate of St Columba's 
Episcopal Church, Bridgeton, Glasgow, N.B. A Priest. (1901) 

Barrie, Miss Dorothea, relative of Admiral Sir Robert Barrie. 

Barrie, Miss Georgina, her sister ; a nun who nursed the wounded at 
Scutari. 

t Barrie, Captain William, of the Royal Navy ; son of Admiral Sir 
Robert Barrie. 

t Barrow, Rev. John, D.D., Principal of St Edmund's Hall, Oxford. 
A Priest. (1864) 



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Barrow, Lady Emily Jane, wife of Sir John Croker Barrow, (1833- 
1900), third Bart. ; daughter of Dr James Nathaniel Merriman, of 
Kensington, London, "W. (1865) 

Barrow, Sir John Croker, (1833-1900), third Baronet; of Harrow 
School; M. A., University College, Oxford; curate of St Philip's, Kensington, 
London, W. ; then a barrister ; J.P. for the Cinque Ports and Ramsgate ; 
author. (1859) 

Barrow, Miss, sister of Sir John Croker Barrow, (1833-1900), third 
Baronet ; a Franciscan nun. (1861) 

Barry, Mrs, wife of Dr Barry, of Bombay. (1889) 

Bar-tie, Miss Anita, the authoress ; wife of Gabriel Brackenbury. (1906) 

Bartlett, J. Harry, of St Edward's School, Oxford ; Managing Director 
of the Art and Book Company, Westminster ; nephew of the Rev. J. H. 
Bartlett, (1829-1905), a Dominican Friar. (1877) 

Bartlett, Rev. Joseph Henry, (1829-1905), a Dominican Friar at St 
Dominic's Priory, Haverstock Hill, London, N.W. ; son of Joseph Bartlett 
a Bristol merchant. (1851) 

t Bartlett, Mrs Luc in da Anne Eyes, wife of John Ho well Bartlett ; 
daughter of the Rev. Joseph Hilton, M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge. 

Barton, Mrs Charles, formerly of Woodford, Essex (1884) 

Barton, Miss Emily, daughter of the Rev. J. Barton, B.A., an Irish 
clergyman. (1898) 

Barton, Rev. Frederick, Scholar, B.A., St John's College, Cambridge ; 
a Priest at St Edmund's, Bolton, Lancashire. 

Barton, Miss Polly, daughter of the Rev. J. Barton, B.A., an Irish 
clergyman. (1898) 

Barton, Mrs Tilney, of Crossways, Parkstone, Dorset. (1906) 

Barnton, Miss, of Rochestone, co. Tipperary ; now Madame Schemanski. 
Barton- Webber, Mrs Pitcairn, of Bideford, Devonshire. 

Basevi, Rev. Charles Lionel, a Priest of the Brompton Oratory, 
London, S.W.; son of Captain James Palladio Basevi, R.E. ; and a kinsman 
of Lord Beaconsfield. 

Basil, Miss Mary Eliza, a nun, (Mother Mary Frances of the Five 
Wounds), foundress and first Abbess of St Mary's Convent, Mill Hill, 
London, X.W. (1868) 

Bash-ford, Miss Edith, of Brighton ; daughter of Colonel Bashford, 
A.D.C. to Queen ^ 7 ictoria. 

t Bassance, Plunkett Carey, B. A., Trinity College, Dublin; of Rush, 
co. Dublin. (1854) 

t Bastard, Captain, of the Royal Navy. (1853) 



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t Bastard, Edmund Rodney Pollexfen, M.A., Balliol College, 
Oxford ; son of Edmund Bastard, M.P. for Devonshire ; grandson of the 
second Baron Rodney. (1850) 

Bateman, Mrs, wife of Dr Bateman, of Folkestone. 

Bateman, William J., of Marville Road, London, S.W. (1892) 

Bates, Cadwallader John, (1853-1902), of Eton College ; M.A., Jesus 
College, Cambridge; author of "History of Northumberland"; J.P. and 
D.L. of Aydon, Heddon and Langley Castle, Northumberland ; eldest son 
of Thomas Bates, J.P. of Aydon and Heddon, by Emily, only daughter of 
John Batten, J.P. of Thorn Falcon, Somersetshire. (1893) 

t Bathurst, Captain Allen, of the Royal Navy; grandson of the 
Right Rev. Dr Henry Bathurst, (1744-1837), Lord Bishop of Norwich, and 
of the first Earl of Castle-Stuart. (1853) 

Bathurst, Rev. Mother Mary Catherine Philip, (1825-1902), 
foundress and first Mother-General of the Congregation of the Rosary at 
St Dominic's Convent, Harrow-on-the-Hill, Middlesex ; she founded St 
Philip's Orphanage for Boys at Birmingham and the Couvent Anglais at 
Meirelbeke, Belgium ; youngest daughter of General Sir James Bathurst, 
K.C.B., and of Lady Caroline Castle-Stuart ; grand-daughter of the Right 
Rev. Dr Henry Bathurst, (1744-1837), Lord Bishop of Norwich, and of the 
first Earl of Castle-Stuart. (1850) 

Bathurst, The Very Rev. Stuart Eyre, (1815-1900), of Winchester 
College ; M.A., Fellow of Merton College, Oxford ; Rector of Kibworth 
Beauchamp, Leicestershire. A Priest and Canon of Birmingham at St 
Michael's, Aston, Stone, Staffordshire ; son of General Sir James Bathurst, 
K.C.B. ; grandson of the Right Rev. Dr Henry Bathurst, (1744-1837), Lord 
Bishop of Norwich, and of the first Earl of Castle-Stuart. (1854) 

t Bathurst, The Misses, his sisters, both nuns. (1851) 

Baumgardt, Mrs, wife of Major-General J. G. Baumgardt, C.B. 

Baxter, Mrs Bessie Alice Ray, wife of Stafford Stratton Baxter, son 
of Dudley Baxter, of Mancetter, Bognor, Sussex, a descendant of the great 
Presbyterian Divine the Rev. Richard Baxter (1615-1691); daughter of 
Captain Sechwell Ray Buckle, R. M.L.I. (1904) 

Baxter, Dudley, B.A., University College, Oxford; author; founder of 
the Catholic Reading Guild, of St George's Confraternity for Catholic 
Soldiers, and of the League of Reparation ; eldest son of the late Dudley 
Baxter, of Mancetter, Bognor. (1896) 

t Baxter, James, B.A., St John's College, Cambridge. (1848) 

Baxter, Mrs, wife of James Baxter, B.A., Cantab. (1848) 

Baxter, Stafford Stratton, of Copford, Colchester, Essex; younger 
son of Dudley Baxter, of Mancetter, Bognor, Sussex. (1902) 




to St Joseph's Home, Notting Hill, London, W. (1864) 



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Bay I is, Miss, formerly an Anglican Sister and Mother Superior of St 
Wilfrid's Home, Exeter. (1896) 

Bayly, Rev. Francis, (1846-1899), of King's College, London ; a Priest 
at St Francis de Sales, Tottenham, London, N. (1869) 

Beacham, Mrs, now a nun. 

Beale, Mrs F. H. A., of Mount Mellick, Queen's County, Ireland. 

Beale, Rev. H. Ignatius. Priest-in-charge of St Edward's, Blue Bell 
Hill, Nottingham. (1877) 

Beale, Miss Priscilla, (1822-1878), a nun (Sister Mary Genevieve) and 
foundress, in Ireland, of the Congregation of the Dames de St Louis. (1845) 

Beamish, Mrs, of Clonakilty, co. Cork, Ireland. (1891) 

Beard, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Edward Beard, Methodist Minister, late o f 
Cambridge. (1876) 

Beardsley, Aubrey Vincent, (1872-1898), of Brighton Grammar 
School ; artist in black and white ; worked in architect's office, then as 
clerk in Guardian Assurance Company's office; contributed drawings to 
Pall Mall Budget; art editor of Yellow Book; helped in production of The 
Savoy Magazine. (1897) 

Beardsley, Mrs, mother of Aubrey Vincent Beardsley, the artist. (1898) 

Bearne, Rev. David, a Priest of the Society of Jesus at Wimbledon 
College, London ; poet and author ; editor of The Messenger of the Sacred 
Heart and Stella Maris ; has also written many tales for boys. (1877) 

Beauchamp, Rev. Alfred, B. A., Cantab.; an Anglican clergyman. 

(1889) 

Beauchamp, Miss Nadine, second daughter of Sir Reginald William 
Proctor Beauchamp, fifth Baronet, by Lady Violet Julia Charlotte Maria 
Jocelyn, only child of the fifth Earl of Roden, by the Hon. Sophia Hob- 
house, second daughter of the first Baron Broughton. (1908) 

Beaumont, Mrs, of Guildford, Surrey. 

Beaumont, The Lady, The Hon. Isabella Anne Browne ; wife of the 
eighth Baron ; mother of the ninth and tenth Barons Beaumont, daughter 
of the third Baron Kilmaine. (1872) 

Beaumont, The Lord, (1848-1892) Henry Stapleton, ninth Baron ; of 
Eton College ; formerly officer in the 1st Life Guards, was present at the 
Battle of Ulundi ; Knight Grand Cross of the Holy Sepulchre ; Knight of 
Malta ; Knight of St John of Jerusalem ; J.P. for Yorskshire ; D.L. for 
Middlesex. (1867) 

Beaumont, The Lord, (1850-1895), Miles Stapleton, tenth Baron ; of 

Eton College ; officer of the Coldstream Guards ; served in Canada, and 

afterwards aa Lieutenant-Colonel commanding the 20th Hussars in 

Bechuanaland and in the Soudan. (1880) 

B 



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Beck, The Hon. Mr Justice, of the University of Toronto, Canada ; 
Judge of the Supreme Court of Alberta ; Grand Knight of the Knights of 
Columbus for Edmonton ; Chairman of the Education Council of Alberta ; 
one of the Board of Governors of the Catholic Church Extension Society 
of Canada ; son of the late Rev. J. W. R. Beck, for many years Anglican 
Rector of Peterborough, Ontario. (1883) 

Beck, Egerton William, B.A., Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge ; 
barrister. (1885) 

Beckett, Rev. Mother Mary Anastatia, (1824-1905), a nun at the 
Convent of Mercy, Birr, Ireland. (1843) 

Beckford, Mrs, wife of Commander John Leigh Beckford, R.N. 
Beckwith, Mrs, wife of General Beckwith. 
Beckwith, Mrs, of Silkworth House, Sunderland. 

Bedford, Rev. Henry, (1824-1905), M.A., Peterhouse, Cambridge; 
curate of Christ Church, Hoxton, London, N. ; professor of Natural 
Science at All Hallows' Missionary College, Ireland ; author and editor 
of All Hallows' Annual. (1851) 

Beech ing, Denis, a Passionist lay-brother. 

Beer, T. J., of Dublin ; son-in-law of John Joseph Clancy, M.A., M.P. , 
barrister, journalist and political writer. (1904) 

Beere, Mrs, wife of Major Beere, of Southampton. 

Belaney, Rev. Robert, (1819-1899), M.A., St. Catherine's College, 
Cambridge ; Vicar of Arlington, Sussex. A Priest in the Archdiocese of 
Westminster. (1852) 

Belfleld, Mrs Florence, second wife of Captain William Belfield, and 
widow of Major A. C. Warner, of the 20th Hussars. (1906) 

Belfield, Captain William, (1824-1909), J.P., of Malmains, Frenchay, 
near Bristol ; he served with the 17th Regiment in the Southern Mahratta 
campaign, 1844-45, being present in all its operations; he took part with 
the 88th Regiment in the Crimean campaign of 1854-55, including the 
battles of Alma and Balaclava, the siege and fall of Sevastopol, and the 
attacks on the Redan; second son of T. 1). Belfield, of Blagdon, 
Devonshire. (1907) 

Bell, Arthur F., of Powis Square, Brighton, 
Bell, Miss, sister of Arthur F. Bell. 

Bell, Edward Ingress, the well-known architect of the War Office, and 
with Sir Aston Webb, designer of the new University of Birmingham ; 
author. 

Bell, Mrs, wife of Edward Ingress Bell; and her children. 

Bell, Frederick, of Lower Eldon Street, York. 

t Bell, Rev. John, Presbyterian Minister. (1848) 

Bell, Miss Julia, (1862-1908), Mother Mary of St Magdalen, of the 
Sisters of Marie Reparatrice, of Tower House, Chiswick, London, W. 



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Bell, Rev. William, M.A., St John's College, Cambridge ; an Anglican 
clergyman. 

Bellairs, Miss Ada, younger daughter of Captain E. H. TV. Bellairs. 
Bel lairs, Rev. Arthur, B.A., Cantab ; curate of Nuneaton. (1895) 

Bellairs, Miss, daughter of Captain Edmund Hooke Wilson Bellairs, 
British Vice-Consul at Biarritz ; sister of Lady Louth, wife of the fourteenth 
Baron Louth ; niece of General Sir William Bellairs, K.C.M.G., who fought 
in the Boer War, and was for some time Administrator of Transvaal. (1886) 

t Bellairs, Henry, son of the Rev. Charles Bellairs, M.A., at one time 
Rector of Condby-Marwood, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire. 

t Bellairs, Seaforth Mackenzie, J.P. ; of the Colonial Service in 
British Guiana ; son of the Rev. Charles Bellairs, M.A., of Melton Mowbray. 

Bellasis, Edward, (1800-1873), of Christ's Hospital, London ; Serjeant-at- 
Law ; on the Commission to examine working of Heralds' College ; J.P. 
for Middlesex and Westminster ; published Philotheus and Eugenia and 
controversial pamphlets, and left manuscript verse and autobiography ; 
son of the Rev. Dr George Bellasis (1730-1802), D.D. Oxon., Rector of 
Yattendon and Vicar of Basilden and Ashampstead, by Leah Cooper, 
daughter of Emery Viall of Walsingham, Norfolk ; father of the Rev. 
Richard Garnett Bellasis, B.A. Lond., formerly a barrister, now a Priest of 
the Birmingham Oratory ; of Edward Bellasis, Lancaster Herald of the 
College of Arms and author; of William Dalglish-Bellasis, a co-" founder" 
of Westminster Cathedral ; and of the Rev. Henry L. Bellasis, a Priest of 
the Roman Oratory. (1850) 

Bellasis, Mrs Eliza Jane, (1815-1898), wife of Edward Bellasis (1800- 
1873), Serjeant-at-Law ; daughter of the late William Garnett, J.P. of 
Quernmore Park, Lancashire, who in 1843 was High Sheriff. (1851) 

Bellew, Evelyn, son of the Rev. John Chippendall Montesquieu Bellew, 
(1823-1874), the celebrated elocutionist. (1868) 

Bellew, Harold Kyrle, the well-known actor ; brother of the above. 

(1868) 

Bellew, Rev. John Chippendall Montesquieu, (1823-1874), 
S.C.L., St Mary's Hall, Oxford ; assumed his mother's maiden name in 
1844 ; curate at St John's Cathedral, Calcutta, and at several London 
churches, then at St Mary's, Oxford ; author, preacher and public reader ; 
son of Captain Robert Higgins. (1868) 

Bellew Mrs, wife of the Rev. John C. M. Bellew, (1823-1874), the 
elocutionist. (1868) 

Bellingham, Sir Henry, fourth Baronet, second creation; of Harrow 
School; M.A., Exeter College, Oxford ; LL.D., Dublin ; barrister ; author; 
served as Captain in the 5th Battalion Royal Irish Rifles ; Commissioner of 
National Education, Ireland ; Senator of the Royal Irish University ; 
formerly M.P. for co. Louth ; Private Chamberlain to Popes Pius IX., 
Leo Xni., and Pius X. ; son-in-law of the second Earl of Gainsborough, 
and of Augustus Wykeham Clifton, and Baroness Grey de Ruthyn ; 
father-in-law of the fourth Marquess of Bute ; father of Captain E. H. C. P. 
Bellingham, of the 1st Royal Scots, who served in the South African War. 

(1873) 



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Belloc, Madame, a Unitarian, ne Bessie Rayner Parkes ; the authoress ; 
descendant of the Rev. Dr Joseph Priestley, (1733-1804), the theologian,' 
philosopher and discoverer of oxygen ; wife of Louis Swanton Belloc, a 
French barrister; mother of Mrs Marie Adelaide Belloc-Lowndes, the 
authoress ; and of Hilaire Belloc, B.A., Balliol College, Oxford, journalist, 
author, and M.P. for North Salford, Lancashire. (1864) 

Belters, Rev. Carmichael, M.A., Trinity College, Dublin ; formerly a 
member of the Cowley Brotherhood. (1879) 

Ben bow, Valentine, of Torquay, Devonshire. (1886) 

Ben bow, Mrs, wife of Valentine Benbow, of Torquay. (1886) 

Benbow, Vernon, brother of Valentine Benbow, of Torquay. (1886) 

Benison, Miss Emily Mary, daughter of James Benison, of Slieve 
Russell, co. Cavan, Ireland ; sister-in-law of Thomas Arnold, M.A. (1823- 
1900), son of the Rev. Dr Thomas Arnold (1795-1842), the famous Head- 
master of Rugby School. 

Benison, Miss Henrietta, daughter of James Benison, of Slieve Rus- 
sell, co. Cavan. 

Bennett, Rev. Alexander H. Morden, M.A., St Mary's Hall, 
Oxford ; curate of St Peter's, Bournemouth ; author ; son of a former 
Vicar of Bournemouth, Hampshire. (1888) 

Bennett, Mrs Anne Ramsden, authoress ; cousin of the Right Hon. 
William Ewart Gladstone, M.P. (1809-1898), and of Sir Thomas Gladstone, 
second Baronet. (1870) 

Bennett, Rev. Arthur Went worth, M.A., Pembroke College, 
Cambridge ; curate -in-charge of St Gabriel's, Bromley-by-Bow, London, E. 
A Priest, (Oblate of St Charles), at St Francis of Assisi, Pottery Lane, 
Notting Hill, London, W. (1898) 

Bennett, Mrs Ethel Maud, wife of the Rev. Alexander H. Bennett. 
M.A., late curate of St Peter's, Bournemouth, Hampshire ; daughter of 
General Michael Bruce, formerly commanding the Grenadier Guards. (1888) 

Bennett, John, related to the Tichborne family. 

Bennett, Rev. Reginald G., of St Paul's School ; B.A., St Catherine's 
College, Cambridge. A Passionist in Dublin. (1905) 

Bennett, Colonel William Henry. 

Benson, Rev. Robert Hugh, of Eton College; M.A., Trinity College, 
Cambridge ; curate in East London; at Kemsing, near Sevenoaks, then 
Chaplain to the Anglican Community of the Resurrection at Mirfield, 
Wakefield, Yorks ; fourth son of the Most Rev. Dr Edward White Benson, 
(1829-1896), Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, by Mary, daughter of the 
Rev. William Sidgwick, M.A. of Skipton. A Priest till lately at Our Lady 
and the English Martyrs, Cambridge; author. (1903) 

Bensted, Rev. Philip Lawrence, B.A., Queens' College, Cambridge ; 
a Priest-in-charge of Our Lady of Seven Dolours, Stowmarket, Suffolk ; 
son of James Bensted, of Longfield, Maidstone, Kent. (1902) 



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Bentley, George, of King's College, London. (1884) 

Bent ley, John Francis, (1840-1902), the Architect of Westminster 
Cathedral ; father of Bede John F. Bentley, the traveller, big game 
hunter, prospector, photographer and motorist; and of Osmund Bentley, 
the architect. (1868) 

Bentley, Mrs Margaret Annie, wife of John F. Bentley, the 
architect ; daughter of Henry Joseph Fleurs, the artist. (1874) 

Benton, Miss Anne Eliza, sister of the Anglican Order of St 
Etheldreda. (1874) 

Berdoe, Dr Edward, M.R.C.S. ; L.R.C.P. ; of Regent's Park College, 
and London Hospital ; Medical Adviser to the Anti-Vivisection Society ; 
author and editor of The Zoopliilist. (1889) 

Berenson, Mrs Mary Whitall, widow of B. F. C. Costelloe, M.A., 
barrister of London ; daughter of Robert Pearsall Smith of Philadelphia, 
U.S.A. (1885 

Beresford, Francis George, of the War Office. 

I Beresford, Miss, niece of George de la Poer, first Marquess of 
Waterford. 

t Beresford, Miss Elizabeth, niece of the Most Rev. Lord Decies, 
Lord Archbishop of Tuam. 

Berington, Mrs Mary Louisa Patricia, second wife of Charles 
Michael Berington, of Little Malvern Court ; daughter of the Hon. Michael 
Agnew Coxon, late Judge of the Supreme Court of Bombay ; mother of 
William Berington, J.P. and D.L. for Worcestershire. (1868) 

t Berkeley, Swinburne, 8on of the Hon. Fitzhardinge ^Berkeley, M.P. ; 
grandson of the fifth Earl Berkeley. 

Bernard, Lieutenant-Colonel James Walker, of the Royal 
Artillery ; Knight of St Gregory the Great ; Private Chamberlain to 
Popes Leo XIII. and Pius X. ; son of the Rev. S. E. Bernard, M.A., an 
Anglican clergyman. (1869) 

Bernard, Mrs Mary Charlotte, wife of Colonel James Walker 
Bernard; daughter of General H. Hamilton, C.B. (1879) 

t Bernard, The Hon. Thomas James, member of Council and 
Judge for Jamaica, B.W.I. (1848) 

t Berney, George, son of Sir John Berney, seventh Baronet. 

Berney, Miss, daughter of Commander John Berney, R.N". ; grand- 
daughter of Sir John Berney, seventh Baronet. 

Ber ridge, Richard, J.P. and D.L. for County Galway ; at one time 
High Sheriff of the said County ; son of Richard Berridge, of Ballynah- 
inch Castle, co. Galway. 

Berthon, Captain Francis, son of the Rev. Edward Lyon Berthon 
(1813-1899), M.A., inventor of collapsible boats, etc., and vicar of Holy 
Trinity, Fareharn, Hampshire. 



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Berthon, Mrs, daughter of General Sir Maurice Stack, K.C.B., by Cecilia, 
daughter of Hugh Spottiswoode, of the Madras Civil Service. (1891) 

Bertie, The Hon. Mrs Adelaide, wife of The Hon. Charles Claude 
Bertie ; daughter of the Rev. Jeremiah Burroughes, of Lingwood Lodge, 
Norfolk. 

Bertie, The Hon. Charles Claude, of Eton College ; formerly an 
officer of the 47th Regt. ; fifth son of the sixth Earl of Abingdon, by 
Elizabeth Lavinia, daughter of George Granville Vernon-Harcourt M.A. 

(1877) 

Bertie, Lady Elizabeth Emily, daughter of the sjxth Earl of Abing- 
don. (1874) 

Bertie, Lady Evelyn Frances, daughter of the sixth Earl of Abing- 
don ; a nun at the Convent of the Visitation } Westbury-on-Trym, near 
Bristol. (1875) 

Besant, Rev. John F., of Christ's Hospital ; B.A., London University ; 
curate of St Michael's, Shoreditch, London, E. A Priest of the Society of 
Jesus, successively at St Aloysius, Garnet Hill, Glasgow, N.B. ; St 
Aloysius, Woodstock Road, Oxford ; till lately Senior Prefect of Philosophy 
at Stonyhurst College, Blackburn, Lancashire ; now at St Stanislaus' 
College, Georgetown, Demerara. (1891) 

Best, Mrs Harriott, (1810-1848), wife of John Richard Digby Best, 
(1806-1885), J.P. and D.L. of Botleigh Grange, Hampshire, son of Henry 
Digby Best, (1708-1836), M.A., Oxon; daughter of Charles Best of Elmsley, 
Yorks ; mother of Rev. Kenelm Digby Best, for over fifty years a Priest 
of the Oratory, South Kensington, Londun, S.W. (1833) 

Best, Henry Digby, (1768-1836), of Lincoln Grammar School; M.A., 
Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford; novelist and miscellaneous writer ; 
sou of the Rev. Dr Henry Best, M.A., Cantab. Prebendary of Lincoln. 

(1799) 

t Bethell, Mrs Alice, daughter of Charles John Manning, (1799-1880), 
by his first wife, brother of Cardinal Manning ; wife of the late Charles 
Bethell, nephew of the second Baron West-bury. (1850) 

Bethell, Mrs Alice, wife of Lieutenant Henry Arthur Bethell, R.A., eon 
of Henry Slingsby Bethell, grandson of the Hon. John Bethell ; daughter 
of Dr Francis Anderson, Inspector-General of Hospitals. (1900) 

Bethell, Miss Coralie Mary, a nun and Superioress of the Convent of 
the Holy Child, St Leonards-on-Sea, Sussex. 

Bethell, Henry Slingsby, (1837-1908), of Eton College; eldest son of 
the Hon. John Bethell. and nephew of the first Baron Westbury (1800- 
1873), Lord Chancellor of England; father of Lieutenant-Colonel Henry 
Arthur Bethell, R.A., and of Captain Leonard Arthur Bethell, of the Indian 
Army. (1861) 

Bethell, Mrs Hugh Nicholas Fitzgerald, nee O'Callaghan. (1878) 
Bethell, Miss Jane Rose, now Mrs F. P. Koe. 



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t Bethel I, IVIrs John, daughter of Richard Abraham, the architect, and 
sister of the first Lady West bury. (1847) 

Bethel!, Mrs Minnie, wife of Henry Slingsby Bethell (1837-1908); 
daughter of the Rev. Arthur J. Macleane, M.A., first Principal of Brighton 
College. (1861) 

t Bethell, William, barrister. (1850) 

Bevan, Mrs, of Queen's Gate Terrace, London, S.W. 

Bewicke. Mrs Emma, wife of Calverley Richard Bewicke, of Ripple 
House, Ripple, Kent ; daughter of the Rev. Calverley John Bewicke, M.A., 
of Hallaton Hall, Leicestershire. (1877) 

Bewicke, Miss M. Harvey, second daughter of the Rev. Calverley 
John Bewicke, M.A. (1892) 

Bewicke, Miss M. Honoria, her cousin ; daughter of Calverley Bewicke, 
of Madeira ; a Sister of Charity. (1870) 

Bicker staffe-Drew, The Right Rev. Monsignor Francis D<, 

of Lichfield Grammar School; M.A., Oxon; a Priest and Army Chaplain 
at Plymouth and Malta, now senior chaplain to the Forces at Bulford, 
Salisbury Plain; Domestic Prelate to H.H. Pope Pius X. ; Grand Cross 
' Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice " ; son of the late Rev. Harry Lloyd Bicker- 
staffe, M.A., of Lancaster, by Mona } daughter of the Rev. Pierce William 
Drew, M.A., Rector of Youghal. (1878) 

t Biden, Francis M., son of the late Sir Christopher Biden, of the Civil 
Service. (1839) 

t Biden, Rev. John, M.A., University College, Oxford; an Anglican 
curate ; a Priest. (1842) 

Biggar, Joseph Gillis, (1828-1890), M.P. for co. Cavan ; merchant at 
Belfast ; chairman of Belfast Water Commissioners ; treasurer of the Land 
League ; one of thelrish politicians whose conduct was investigated during 
the Parnell Commission ; he adopted, with considerable success, a policy of 
parliamentary "obstruction." (1876) 

Biggs, Lieutenant-Colonel, late of the 60th Rifles. 

Billington, Mrs, wife of Major B. Billington. (1877) 

Bingham, The Hon, Albert Edward, fifth son of the fourth Earl 
of Lucan ; godson of II. M. King Edward VII. ; grandson of the fifth Duke 
of Richmond and Gordon, E.G. (1898) 

Bingham, The Hon. Mrs Christine, wife of the Hon. Albert 
Edward Bingham ; daughter of Archibald Smith. (1898) 

Bird, Captain William Chares. (1891) 

Bird wood, Mrs, widow of Major George F. Birdwood, of the Bombay 
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Berks, Rev. B. H., (1804-1864), M.A., St Catherine's Hall, Cambridge ; 
curate of Arley, North wich, Cheshire. A Priest. (1845) 

Birt, William Rad cliff, of the Royal Astronomical Society. 
Bishop, Charles, solicitor and Registrar of the Oxford County Court. 
Bishop, Mrs, wife of Charles Bishop, of Oxford. 
Bishop, Miss, daughter of Charles Bishop, of Oxford. 

Bishop, Edmund, historical and liturgical writer; joint author, with 
Abbot Gasquet, of Edward VI. and the Book of Common Prayer. (1867) 

t Bishop, Mrs, nee O'Connor Morris. 

Bishop, James Francis Wedderburn, of Bramsdean House, 
Hampshire. 

Bishop, Philip George Crosbie, brother of James Francis Wedder- 
burn Bishop, of Bramsdean House, Hampshire. 

Bittleston, Rev. Henry, (1823-1886), M.A. St John's College, Oxford ; 
curate of All Saints, Margaret Street, London, W. A Priest-in-charge of 
SS. Alban and Stephen, St Albans, Hertfordshire. (1849) 

Black, Miss Grace, formerly of the Carl Rosa Opera Company. (1893) 
Blackburn. Alan, of Roshven, N.B. 

t Blackburn, J. W. Vernon, barrister, husband of Mrs Elizabeth 
Vernon Blackburn, the authoress; father of Vernon Blackburn, (186J3-1907), 
B.A., London University, musical critic of the Pall Mall Gazette, and for a 
time sub-editor of The Tablet. 

Blackwell, Mrs, of Eaton Rise, Baling, London, W. ; wife of a barrister. 

(1894) 

Blake, Rev. Bernard Percy Bright! n, formerly a Chartered 
Accountant ; a Priest of the Society of Jesus till lately at the College of the 
Holy Family, Cairo, Egypt; for sometime Army Chaplain in Cairo ; now 
on the staff of Stonyhurst College, Blackburn. * (1888) 

t Blake, Dr Charles Carter, F.G.S. ; Lecturer on Comparative Anatomy 
and Zoology at Westminster Hospital. 

t Blake, William Andrew, B.A., Trinity College, Dublin ; J.P. of 
Rocklands, Oranmore, co. Gal way, Ireland. (1848) 

Blakelock, Rev. Ralph Blakelock Salt, (1867-1904), of Leeds 
Grammar School ; B.A., Exeter College, Oxford ; a Priest of the Brompton 
Oratory, London, S.W. (1893) 

Blakeney, Captain Edward, of the Army Service Corps ; nephew of 
Field-Marshal Sir Edward Blakeney, (1778-1868), who commanded the 7th 
Foot in Peninsular Campaign, was commander-in-chief in Ireland, and then 
Governor of Chelsea Hospital. (1892) 

Blakiston, Mrs Nellie, wife of Ralph Blakiston of Waterloo, Liverpool ; 
daughter of the Rev. R. Walker, M.A., Vicar of Wymeswold. (1889) 



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Blakiston, Ralph, of Waterloo, Liverpool ; engineer of the Palatine 
Engineering Company, Liverpool ; son of John Richard Blakiston, formerly 
one of H.M.'s Chief Inspectors of Schools, by Marie, daughter of Dr Pierre 
Simon, F.R.S. ; grandson of the Rev. Peyton Blakiston, M.D., F.R.S., son 
of Sir Matthew Blakiston, second Baronet. (1880) 

Blanderfield, Mrs Charles, of Pontypod, Wales. (1879) 

BEeckley, Mrs, wife of an Anglican clergyman ; and children. 
Blennerhassett, Sir Arthur, (1791-1849), third Baronet. 

Bligh, Mrs Frances Mary, daughter of Frederick Harris, of Liver- 
pool ; wife of Dr John Bligh, J.P. of Liverpool. 

Bliss, Rev. William Henry, (1835-1909), of Winchester College, and 
M.A., B.C.L., of Magdalen College, Oxford ; curate to his uncle the Rev. 
James Bliss of Plymouth, and then Vicar of North Hinksey, near Oxford ; 
at one time sub-librarian of the Bodleian ; for four years tutor to King 
Victor Emmanuel II. , of Italy ; for over thirty years official representative 
of the British Public Record Office in Rome and Central Italy ; archivist 
and author ; son of the Rev. William Bliss, of Newton St Loe, near Bath ; 
son-in-law of the late Rev. Cecil Wray, M.A., incumbent of St Martin's, 
Liverpool; father of the Rev. Geoffrey Bliss, a Priest of the Society of 
Jesus, and Professor at St Michael's College, Leeds. (1869) 

Blomfield, Mrs, niece of Lady Matthews. 

Blood, Rev. Howell Pattison, M.A., Peterhouse, Cambridge ; Rector 
of West Bergholt, Essex ; till lately Assistant Diocesan Inspector of 
Schools in the Arch-diocese of Westminster ; now Secretary to the 
Inspectors. (1891) 

Bloom, Mark J., L.D.S., R. C.S.I. ; Surgeon-Dentist, of Dublin. 
Bloxam, George William, M.A., St John's College, Cambridge. (1900) 
Blunden, Alfred, son of Sir David Blunden, Bart. 

Blunt, Lady Anne Isabella, daughter of the first Earl of Lovelace, by 
the Hon. Ada Noel, daughter of George Gordon, sixth Lord Byron (1788- 
1824), the poet ; wife of Wilfrid Scawen Blunt, the traveller and poet ; 
authoress, painter and traveller. 

Blunt, Mrs, wife of Francis Scawen Blunt of Crabbet Park, Three 
Bridges, Sussex; daughter of the Rev. John Flutter Chandler, M.A., of 
Witley, Surrey ; mother of the late Major Francis Scawen Blunt and of 
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt, author, poet and traveller. 

Blunt, Mrs, wife of General Blunt ; sister-in-law of a former Vicar of Old 
Windsor. 

Blunt, Miss, daughter of Charles Blunt, late British Consul at Smyrna ; 
sister of John Elijah Blunt, C.B., who was chief interpreter to the] Cavalry 
Division in the Crimean campaign and then British Consul at Boston, 
Mass., U.S.A. 



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t Blunt, Major Francis Scawen, eldest son of the late Francis 
Scawen Blunt of Crabbet Park, Three Bridges, Sussex ; founder of the 
Capuchin Monastery, Crawley, Sussex. 

Blunt, Miss N. G., niece of the late Rev. F. G. Kirwan Browne, curate of 
Bawdsey, Suffolk. (187G) 

Blyth, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Frederic Cavan Blyth, M.A., curate of Kew- 
with-Fetersham, and chaplain of Richmond Workhouse, Surrey. 

Blythe, Mrs, wife of Captain Blytho. 

Bodley, Rev. William Hamilton, (1820-1900), of Kingston College, 
Hull; M.A., Queens' College, Cambridge; curate of St Paul's, Chelten- 
ham; St Mary's, Bryanston Square, London, W., then chaplain of Archbishop 
Tennison's Chapel, Regent Street, London, W. ; eldest son of Dr William 
Rodley, of Hull and Brighton ; brother of George Frederick Bodley (1827- 
1907), A.R.A., the well-known architect, F.S.A. A Priest-in-charge of 
Our Lady and St Margaret, Oxburgh, Stoke Ferry, Norfolk. (1851) 

Bolton, Captain Gerald. 

Bond, Mrs Anne, (1784-1859), UPC Bennet ; mother of the Rev. William 
Bond (1811-1888), a Priest, for sixteen years in Tasmania and then in 
London; of the Very Rev. Canon Joseph Bond (1814-1878) of St 
Andrew's, Grenada, B.W.I. ; of the Rev. John Bond (1817-1844), a 
Scholastic of the Society of Jesus in Calcutta ; of the Rev. Jamea Bond 
(1810-1887), a Priest, for thirty years Missionary Rector of Dudley, 
Worcestershire; of the Rev. Stephen Bond (1826-1871), a Priest of the 
Society of Jesus at St John's, Wigan, Lancashire ; of the Rev. Vincent 
Bond (1836-1892), a I'riest of the Society of Jesus at St John's, Wigan ; of 
Miss Anne Bond, (1 S< >7-l 870), Sister Anne Francis of the Franciscan Con vent, 
Taiinton, Somersetshire ; of Miss Maiy Bond (1821-1892), Sister Winifred 
Joseph of the Franciscan Convent, Woodcheater, ( ; loucestorshire ; of Mi.s.s 
Teresa Bond (182.'M8(>4), Sister Anne Teresa of the Holy Family a 
< 'arrnelite nun at Lanherne, Cornwall ; and of Miss Anne Frances Bond 
Sister Anne Alary Vincent of St Joseph, of the same Convent. (1815) 

Bond, William Vincent, (1782-1873), of St Mawgan-in-Pyder, Cornwall ; 
husband of the late Mrs Anno Bond. (1815) 

Booth, Mrs, of Ashby Manor, Lincolnshire. 

Booth by, Rev. Herbert, B.A., Christ Church, Oxford; curate of St 
Augustine's, Stepney, London, E. A Trappist Monk at Notre Dame du 
Lac, Montreal, Canada. (1891) 

Boothman, E. Duncan, of Oakleigh, Erixton, London, S.W. 
Borden, Mrs, wife of Admiral Borden. 

Borrowes, Rev. George R., M.A., Queen's College, Oxford; curate of 
St. Peter's, Liverpool. (1887) 

f Bosanquet, Henry, barrister. (1843) 



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Bostock, Arthur Reid, Coroner for West Sussex. (1882) 

t Boteler, Captain Henry, of the Royal Navy ; married a daughter 
of Alan Bellingham, of Castle Bellingham, co Louth, Ireland. (1850) 

Boulderson, Captain Joseph, late of the 68th Light Infantry. (1870) 

Boulderson, Mrs Clare, his wife ; daughter of the Rev. John Chippen- 
dale Montesquieu Bellew, (1823-1874), the celebrated author, preacher and 
elocutionist. (1868) 

Boulger, Mrs Dorothy Henrietta, the authoress; contributor to 

The Galaxy, CasseWs Magazine, All the Year Round and The Lamp, under 
the pseudonym of " Theo Gift " ; daughter of Thomas Havers, of Thelton 
Hall, Norfolk, sometime Manager of the Falklands. 

Boulger, George Simonds, F.L.S. ; F.G.S. ; A.S.T. ; of Wellington 
and Epsom Colleges ; formerly professor of Natural History at the Royal 
Agricultural College, Cirencester ; professor of Botany and Geology at the 
City of London College ; vice-president of the Selborne Society, Essex 
Field Club, and of the South-Eastern Union of Scientific Societies ; 
author, editor of Nature Notes ; son of Dr Edward Boulger. 

Boulton, Miss Annie R., (1819-1907), of Haseley Court, Tetsworth, 
Oxfordshire ; principal founder of St Catherine's Church, Horse Fair, 
Birmingham. (1853) 

Boulton, Mrs Adelaide Lucy, third daughter of Colonel Duncan 
Davidson of Tulloch Castle, Dingwall, N.B. ; wife of Harold Edwin 
Boulton, M.V.O. (1904) 

Boulton, Harold Edwin, of Harrow School; M.A., BalHol College, 
Oxford, (classical honours 1881 ; Proximo accessit for Newdigate prize 
poem). Lyric writer ; editor and poet writer of Songs of the North, 
(2 vols.), Songs of the four Nations ; Canti d'ltalia ; writer of Twelve 
Lyrics, and of many volumes of songs and detached lyrics ; author of 
Canadian National song " Canada " ; M.V.O., 1903 ; J.P. for West Ham ; 
Knight of Grace of the Order of St John of Jerusalem in England ; late 
Capt. 3rd Batt. Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders ; an ovate bard of 
Wales (title Prydydd Genheddlocd Prydain) ; Hon. Treasurer of Keats- 
Shelley Memorial Association, of Queen Victoria's Jubilee Institute for 
Nurses and of Queen's Commemoration Fund for nurses ; Chairman of 
People's Palace and East London Horticultural Society; founder and 
Hon. Manager of House of Shelter ; an Hon. Manager of Mendicity 
Society ; founder and Vice-President of Federation of Working Men's 
Social Clubs ; on Committee of London Hospital, and Gordon League ; 
Director of Burt, Boulton & Haywood, Ltd. ; of the Dominion Tar and 
Chemical Co., Ltd., and Baths Club, Ltd. ; eldest son of Sir Samuel Bagster 
Boulton, first Bart., of Copped Hall, Totteridge, Hertfordshire ; grandson 
of the late Rev. Thomas Boulton. (1897) 

Bourchier, Arthur George Evelyn, son of Major Bourchier. (1904) 
Bourchier, Eric Ormsby Brian, son of Major Bourchier. (1904) 



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Bourchier, Miss Ethel, daughter of Major Bourchier. (1903) 

Bourchier, Mrs, wife of Major Bourchier. (1901) 

Bourke, Captain John Paget, (1821-1908), of Burley, Ballina, co. 
Mayo; of the King's Royal Body Guard. 

Bourne, Henry, (1826-1870), Principal Clerk in the Receiver- General's 
Branch of the General Post Office, London, E.G. ; father of the Most Rev. 
Dr Francis Bourne, Archbishop of Westminster. 

Boy ill, Arthur, nephew of Sir William Bovill, (1814-1873), Chief Justice 
of Common Pleas, who presided at the first Tichborne trial 

Bowden, Mrs Elizabeth, (1805-1896), wife of John William Bowdcn, 
(1798-1844), M.A., Trinity College, Oxford, the ecclesiastical writer, 
intimate friend of Cardinal Newman and brother of Captain Henry 
Bowden, (1804-1869) ; mother of the Rev. Charles Henry Bowden, (1836- 
1906), a Priest of the Brompton Oratory, London, S.W. ; and of Miss 
Emily Frances Bowden, (1833-1909), translator of Countess Hahn Hahn's 
Fathers of the Desert ; daughter of Sir John Edward Swinburne, sixth 
Baronet ; foundress of St Thomas' Catholic Church, Fulham, London, S.W. 

(1846) 

Bowden, Captain Henry, (1804-1869), of the Scots Fusilier Guards ; 
of Harrow School ; husband of the preceding ; founder of the Catholic 
Church of St Mary's, Chislehurst, Kent. (1852) 

Bowden, Rev. Henry G. Sebastian, of Eton College ; Catholic 
University, Dublin ; formerly lieutenant in the Scots Fusilier Guards ; 
son of Captain Henry Bowden, (1804-1869). A Priest of the Brompton 
Oratory of which he was for some time Superior ; author, and translator 
of Hettinger ; brother of the late Rev. William J. Bowden, a Priest of 
the Brompton Oratory. (1852) 

Bowden, Rev. John Edward, (1829-1874), of Eton College; M.A. 
Trinity College, Oxford ; a Priest of the Brompton Oratory, London, S.W. , 
son of John William Bowden, (1798-1844), the ecclesiastical writer ; grand- 
son of Sir John Edward Swinburne, sixth Baronet ; author of Life of 
Father Faber. (1848) 

Bowden, Mrs Marianne Catherine, (1806-1864), wife of Captain 
Henry Bowden, (1804-1869), of the Scots Fusilier Guards ; daughter of 
Colonel Sir John Montagu Burgoyne, ninth Baronet ; and family. (1852) 

Bowdler, Rev. Thomas, M.A., Oxon ; curate of Archbishop Tennison's 
Chapel, Regent Street, London, W. 

Bower, Commander Graham, late of the Royal Navy ; son of 
Admiral Bower. (1885) 

Bowles, Miss Alice, sister of the Rev. Frederick Selwood Bowles, M.A. 
Fellow of Exeter College, Oxford ; daughter of Thomas Bowles, J.P., of 
Milton Hall, Berkshire, and Lord of the Manor of Streatley. (1892) 

t Bowles, Miss Emily, sister of the above; author of Madame de 
Maintenon, Auriel Selwode, etc. (1843) 



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Bowles, Rev. Frederick Selwood, (1819-1902), B.A., Fellow of Exeter 
College, Oxford ; of Chichester Theological College ; a deacon in Anglican 
orders at Littlemore. A Priest and for twenty years chaplain to the 
Dominican Convent at Harrow, Middlesex ; son of Thomas Bowles, J.P., 
of Milton Hall, Berkshire, and Lord of the Manor of Streatley. (1845) 

Bown, Rev. Frederick, (1838-1890), of King's College, London ; curate 
of St Philip's, Clerkenwell, London. A Priest-in-charge of St Anne's, 
Little Albany Street, Regent's Park, London, N.W. (1865) 

Bowrie, Thomas, of Barnhill House, Lanarkshire, N.B. 

t Bowrie, Mrs* wife of Thomas Bowrie, of Barnhill House, Lanarkshire, 
N.B. 

Bo wring 1 , Algernon Cunliffe, of Wellington College ; M.A., Trinity 
College, Cambridge; barrister ; son of Edgar Bowring, sometime M.P. for 
Exeter, by his second wife, Ellen, daughter of Lewis Cubitt; cousin of 
the first Lord Ashcombe, P.C. 

t Bowring, Charles, son of Dr Bowring, of Exeter. (1849) 

Bowring, Rev. Charles Algernon, (1828-1857), B.A., Trinity College; 
Cambridge ; a Priest of the Society of Jesus ; youngest son of Sir John 
Bowring, (1792-1872), M.P., LL.D., the linguist, writer and traveller. (1851) 

t Bowring, Miss Emily, a nun, daughter of Sir John Bowring, (1792- 
1872), M.P., the linguist, writer and traveller. (1846) 

Bowring, Lev/in Bentham, (1824-1910), of Haileybury College, 
C.S.I. ; J.P. and Alderman for Devon County Council; at one time Chief 
Commissioner for Mysore and Coorg; author ; third son of Sir John 
Bowring, M.P., (1792-1872), LL.D., F.R.S. ; his second wife was Katherine, 
daughter of Edward Bellasis, (1800-1873), Serjeant-at-law ; father of 
Commander Vincent Lewin Bowring, R. 1ST. (1846) 

t Bowring, Mrs Mary Laura, first wife of the late Lewin Bentham 
Bowring, J.P. ; daughter of Admiral the Hon. Sir John Talbot, (1769- 
1851), G.C.B., who served under Nelson. (1849) 

Bowyer, Sir George, (1811-1883), cadet of the Royal Military College, 
Woolwich; seventh Baronet ; D.C.L., Oxon ; Knight of the Order of St 
John of Jerusalem ; Knight Grand Cross of the Order of St Gregory the 
Great ; Knight Commander of the Order of Pius ; at one time M.P. for 
co. Wexford and for Dundalk ; founder of the Church of St John, Great 
Ormond Street, London, W.C. ; barrister and author. (1850) 

Bowyer, Mrs Katharine Emma, daughter of the Rev. George Sandby, 
M.A. of Denton, Norfolk ; wife of Henry George Bowyer ; mother of Sir 
George Henry Bowyer, ninth Baronet; and her two daughters. (1851) 

Boyce, Mrs, wife of the Rev. William Boyce, M.A. of Cheltenham College. 
Boyce, Malton, son of the Vicar of Ecchinswell, Newbury. (1904) 

Boycott, Comtesse Ella Geraldine Digby, (1843-1905), canoness 
of the Royal Chapter of St Anne's, Munich ; till lately of the Sacred 
Heart Convent, Ro*hswnpton, Surrey, S.W. 



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Boycott, Mrs Elizabeth Anne Ellen, (1806-1800), wife of Simon 
Digby Boycott, of Osbertstown, co. Kildare, Ireland. 

Boycott, Essex Digby, brother-in-law of Mrs E. A. E. Boycott. 
Boycott, Mrs, wife of Essex Digby Boycott. 
Boycott, Mrs Mabel Digby, a nun. 

Boyd, Miss C., late of the Infant Saviour Orphanage, Kilburn, London, 
W. 

Boyd, Mrs, wife of Colonel Boyd, of Jersey ; and family. 
Boyd, Dr, of Hobart, Tasmania. 

Boyd, Richard Charles Arthur, B.A., Corpus Christi College, 
Cambridge. 

Boynton, Miss Alice, (1867-1905), a nun at the Sacred Heart Convent, 
Roehampton, London, W ; fourth daughter of the Rev. Griffith Boynton, 
M.A., Rector of Barmston, Yorkshire ; sister of Sir Griffith Henry 
Boynton, twelfth Baronet. 

Boynton, Miss Constance Mary, daughter of Sir Griffith Boynton, 
twelfth Baronet. (1904) 

Boynton, Mrs Elizabeth, second wife of Captain George Heblethwayte 
Luton Boynton, (1828-1888) ; daughter of Colonel Thomas Prickett, of The 
Avenue, Bridlington, Yorks. 

Boynton, Lady Eup hernia Violet, wife of Sir Griffith Henry 
Boynton, twelfth Baronet ; daughter of John Inglis Chalmers, of Aldbar 
Castle, Brechin, X.B. (1904) 

Boynton, Captain George Heblethwayte Luton, (1828-1888), 
fourth son of the ninth Baronet. 

Boynton, Miss Gladys Mary, eldest daughter of Sir Griffith Henry 
Boynton, twelfth Baronet. (1904) 

Boys, Miss Catherine, (1814-1872), foundress of the Orphanage, 
Middle Street, Deal, Kent ; and a benefactor to the Catholic Church of 
that town. (1852) 

Boy ton, Mrs C. A. N., of Dovercourt, Thornton Heath, Surrey. (1904) 

Bracey, The Very Rev. Robert, of King Edward's High School, 
Birmingham ; a Dominican Friar and Prior of St Dominic's, Haverstock 
Hill, London, X.W. (1887) 

Bradford, Mrs Alicia, daughter of Richard Fiennes Wykeham Martin, 
of Leeds Castle, Kent ; sister-in-law of Henry Murray Lane, Premier 
Herald of England. (1897) 

t Bradford, Major Hamilton, of the 108th Light Infantry ; husband 
of Mrs Alicia Bradford, nee Wykeham Martin. 



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Bradish, Henry B., now a Colonel of Boys' Brigade ; son of General 
Bradish. (1891) 

t Bradley, Rev. A. J. D., B.A., Pembroke CoUege, Oxford ; curate of 

St Martin's, Liverpool. A Priest. (1- 

Bradley, Miss, the novelist, who with Miss Cooper, writes under the 
nom de guerre of " Michael Field." 

Bradley, The Misses, of Xewtown, Queen's County, Ireland. 

Bradney, Captain John, of Eton College; B.A., Trinity College, 
Cambridge ; J.P. of Bayford Lodge, Somerset ; son of an Anglican 
clergyman. 

Bradney, Mrs Mary, wife of Edgar Joachim Bradney, son of the 
preceding; daughter of T. Mariott-Doddington, of Horsington House, 
Templecombe. 

Bradney, Mrs Maud, second wife of Captain John Bradney, of 
Bayford Lodge, Somerset ; daughter of Edgar Disney, of the Hyde, 

Essex. 

Bradney, Miss Lily Mary, wife of George Preston Bradney, Assistant 
Local Auditor, H.B.M.'s East Africa Protectorate. (1905) 

Brad Shaw, Miss, of Friar Oak Park, Hampshire. 

Brads haw, Mrs, wife of John Bradshaw, Inspector of Schools, Madras ; 
sister-in-law of Thomas Arnold, (1523-1900), son of the Rev. Dr Thomas 
Arnold, (1795-1842), the famous Headmaster of Rugby School 

Brad sh awe, George, sometime assistant master at St Joseph's College, 
Clapham, London, S.W. (.1^1) 

Bradshaw-lsherwood-Bagshawe, Henry, of Cheltenham College ; 
B.A., Trinity Hall, Cambridge : barrister: J.P. for Derbyshire ; eldest son 
of John Henry Bradshaw-Isherwood, J.P. of Marple Hall, Stockton, 
Cheshire, and of Bradshaw Hall, Lancashire, by Elizabeth, daughter of 
Thomas Luce, M.P., of Malmesbury. (1888) 

Bradstreet, Sir John Valentine, (1815-1S59), fifth Baronet ; B.A., 
Trinity College, Dublin ; at one time President of the Dublin Council of 
the Society of St Vincent de Paul (1855) 

t Bradstreet, Miss, daughter of Sir Simon Bradstreet, fourth Baronet. 

(1855) 

Brady, Rev. George, B.A, Trinity College, Dublin; curate of St 
John's, Cheltenham. 

t Brady, Rev. William Maziere, D.D., M.A., Trinity College, 
Dublin ; rector of Kilberry ; vicar of Donaghpatrick, co. Meath, and 
Chaplain to four Lords- Lieutenant of Ireland ; Chamberlain to Pope Leo 
XIIL ; author ; youngest son of Sir X. W. Brady, and nephew of Sir 
Maziere Brady, (1796-1871), Lord Chancellor of Ireland. (1873) 



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t Brady, Mrs, wife of the Rev. William Maziere Brady, D.D., vicar of 
Donaghpatrick, co. Meath. (1865) 

Braeme, Mrs Philips, the authoress who writes under the name of 
"Bertha M. Clay," and "Charlotte M. Braeme." 

t Braine, Miss, of Buckfast Abbey, Devonshire. (1849) 

Brampton, The Lord, (1817-1907), Sir Henry Hawkins; first Baron, 
of Bedford School ; P.C., late Judge of the High Court of Justice ; with 
his wife, Jane Louisa, Lady Brampton, (1828-1907), a great benefactor of 
the Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth, St John's Wood, London ; 
"founder" of Westminster Cathedral ; son of John Hawkins, solicitor, of 
Hitchin, Hertfordshire. (1898) 

Brand, George Henry, of King's College and London University ; 
Surgeon to Nazareth House, Northampton ; also Surgeon to the Foresters, 
Oddfellows, and Governor of the Northampton Nursing Association. (1892) 

Brand, Mrs, wife of George Henry Brand, surgeon. (1892) 

t Brand, Miss, sister of the first Viscount Hampden, (1814-1892), and 
twenty-third Baron Dacre, for twelve years speaker of the House of 
Commons. (1854) 

Brand, James, (1831-1909), of Montrose Grammar School and Academy ; 
Knight Commander of St Gregory the Great ; Assoc.Inst.C.E. ; J.P. for 
Glasgow ; head of the firm of Charles Brand & Son, who constructed the 
Great North of Scotland Kailway, the Highland Eailway, Grangemouth 
Docks, Glasgow Underground Kailway, and Glasgow Subway Railway ; 
Rosslare Harbour, etc., F.S.A. Scotland; father of the Rev. William 
Brand, a Priest of the Society of Jesus at St Beuno's College, North 
Wales ; and of the Rev. David Brand, a Scholastic of the same Society at 
St Beuno's College, St Asaph, North Wales. 

t Brasnell, Rev. Henry George James, E.A., Cantab; curate of 
Brasted, Essex. (1852) 

Bratt, James, of Scotland ; lecturer ; descendant of Robert Burns, 
(1759-1796), the poet. 

Bray, Mrs John, aunt of the Rev. Owen King, at one time curate of 
Llangfihangel, Monmouthshire, then a Priest. (1886) 

t Bray, Rev. Joseph Thomas, a Priest at Ton-y-Pandy, Glamorgan- 
shire. 

Bray, Rev. Thomas. " Father Dunstan," of Llanthony Abbey, Wales. 

(1879) 

Brayden, William H., barrister; since 1892 editor of The Freeman's 
Journal, Dublin. 

Braye, The Lady, (1810-1879), Henrietta Wyatt-Edgell, fourth Baroness ; 
only daughter of Sir Thomas Cave, sixth Baronet, of Stanford Hall, 
Leicestershire ; wife of the Rev. Edgell Wyatt-Edgell, of Wilton Place, 
Surrey. (1868) 



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Braye, The Lord, Alfred Thomas Townshend Verney-Cave ; fifth Baron, 
of Eton College, M.A., Christ Church, Oxford ; J.P. and D.L., for 
Leicestershire and Northamptonshire ; Knight of Malta ; took part in 
the South African War as Lieutenant- Colonel of the Leicestershire 
Militia. (1868) 

Breach, Miss Anne Emily, formerly an Anglican Sister at Cowley; 
daughter of Francis William Breach, of Shanklin, Isle of Wight, a 
descendant of the Blessed Thomas More. (1898) 

Breach, Miss Mary Antoinette, a nun; cousin of the preceding; 
daughter of William Breach, of Acton, London, W. (1899) 

Bredin, Rev. James Crawford, a Priest, at one time professor at 
Oscott College, Birmingham, then in charge of St Mary's, Abbot's 
Salford, Evesham, Warwickshire ; till lately at SS. Joseph and Philomena, 
Hednesford, Staffordshire ; now at Moreton Paddox, Warwick. 

Brenan, Mrs, wife of Colonel Brenan, of Clontarf, Ireland. (1887) 

Brenan, Mrs William Henry, of Coolbawn, Castle Comer. 

Brent, Mrs Elizabeth Mona Brougham, widow of the Rev. Harry 
Lloyd Bickerstaffe, M.A., of Bickerstaffe, Lancaster ; daughter of the 
Rev. Pierce William Drew, M.A., of Meanus, co. Kerry, Ireland ; mother 
of the Right Rev. Monsignor Francis D. Bickerstaffe-Drew, M.A., Oxon, 
a Priest and Army Chaplain at Salisbury Plain ; wife of Charles Brent. 

(1880) 

Breton, Arthur Gordon, Solicitor. 

t Brevens, William F., of Oreux, Gallicra. (1898) 

Brewer, Mrs, wife of Colonel Brewer. 

Brewer, Henry William, (1836-1903), the archaeologist, artist and 
well-known architect ; son of the Rev. John Sherren Brewer, (1810-1879), 
B.A., Oxon, the historical writer ; father of Henry C. Brewer, the artist, 
and of John Francis Brewer, the novelist, organist and musical critic. 

Brewer, William, solicitor. 

Brewer, Mrs, wife of William Brewer, solicitor. 

Brice, Albert Edward, of Hanover Square, London, W. ; Assistant- 

Secretary of the Japan Society. 

Brice, Edward Charles, of Bridgewater, Somersetshire. 
Bridge-ford, Mrs, of Whalley Grange ; wife of Colonel Bridgeford. 
Bridge-ford, Miss, daughter of Mrs Bridgeford, of Whalley Grange. 

t Bridge man, Mrs, cousin of the Right Rev. Dr James Laird Patterson, 
(1822-1902), Bishop of Emmaus, and of the late Major-General Pattersoa 

(1868) 
Bridgeman, Mrs, of Frogmore, Herefordshire. 

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Bridget-, Miss F. H., of Albion Place, Grantham, Lincolnshire. (1897) 
Bridget-, Mrs F. L., her mother. (1892) 

Bridges, Mrs, wife of the well-known Positivist writer. (1896) 

t Bridges, Mrs, wife of Matthew Bridges, M.A., Oxon, (1800-1894), of 
Aldershot Manor, Surrey. (1847) 

t Bridges, Miss, daughter of Matthew Bridges, (1800-1894), of Aldershot 
Manor, Surrey. (1846) 

t Bridges, Rev. Edward, M.A., Oriel College, Oxford; a Priest and 
Missionary of the Society of Jesus in India; son of the Rev. Brook Edward 
Bridges, M.A. (1845) 

Bridges, Rev. Sir George Talbot, (1818-1899), M.A., Oriel College, 
Oxford ; eighth Baronet, of Goodnestone, Kent ; barrister ; a Priest of 
the Society of Jesus, Military Chaplain and Missionary in India : eldest 
son of the Rev. Brook Edward Bridges, M.A. (1845) 

Bridges, Matthew, (1800-1894), M.A., Magdalen Hall, Oxford ; author 
and contributor to the Edinburgh Review, (1847) 

Bridgett, Charles, (1826-1884), son of the late Joseph Bridgett, silk 
merchant, of Derby. (1877) 

Bridgett, Commissary-General Gregor, (1827-1888) ; son of the 
late Joseph Bridgett, of Derby. (1850) 

Bridgett, Roland, (1837-1899), for many years British Consul at Buenos 
Ayres ; son of the late Joseph Bridgett, of Derby. (1855) 

Bridgett, Rev. Thomas Edward, (1829-1899), pensioner of St John's 
College, Cambridge. A Redemptorist Priest ; founder of the Confraternity 
of the Holy Family at Limerick ; for many years at St Mary's, Clapham, 
London, S.W. ; author, who wrote mainly on the history of the Reforma- 
tion ; son of the late Joseph Bridgett, of Derby. (1850) 

t Bridgman, Francis Orlando, relative of the Earl of Bradford. 

Bridson, Miss, daughter of Colonel Bridson, of Torquay, Devonshire 

(1890) 

Briggs, Rev. Hugh Currer, M.A., Worcester College, Oxford ; curate 
of St Stephen's, Devonport, and of All Saints', Plymouth. A Priest at 
St Mary's Hill, Paignton, Devonshire. (1892) 

Briggs, Sir John Henry, (1808-1897), of Westminster School; Chief 
Clerk to the Admiralty ; son of Sir John Thomas Briggs, (1781-1865), for 
some time on the Commission of the Victualling Board, and for twenty- 
two years Accountant- General of the Royal Navy. (1894) 

Briggs, Lady, nte Elizabeth Charlotte Gruar ; wife of Sir John Henry 
Briggs (1808-1897) ; authoress, war correspondent, and an extensive 
traveller in Europe and Africa. (1892) 



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Briggs, Miss, daughter of Sir John Henry Briggs (1808-1897) ; a nun of 
Notre Dame de Sion. (1892) 

Bright, W. H., (1846-1908), of The Glen, Bath; captain of the Bath 
Fire Brigade, and for several years member of the Town Council and of 
the Board of Guardians. (1883) 

Bristow, Rev. Frederick Michael, (1842-1865), a Dominican Friar; 
son of the Rev. Edward Briatow, Unitarian Minister at Birmingham. (I860) 

Bristowe, Mrs, wife of Captain S. S. Bristowe. 
Bristowe, Miss, daughter of Captain S. S. Bristowe. 
Bristowe, Miss Florence, daughter of Captain S. S. Bristowe. 

Britten, James, late Senior Assistant of the Natural History Museum 
(1871-1909) ; for four years editor of TJie League of the Gross Magazine ; Hon. 
Secretary of the Catholic Truth Society ; F.L.S. ; Knight of the Order of 
St Gregory the Great ; for eight years editor of Nature Notes, now editor 
of Catholic Book Notes, and The Journal of Botany. (1867) 

t Britten, Major-General J. E., of the Bombay Staff Corps. 
Broad he ad, Miss, sister of the late Sir Theodore Broadhead, Bart. 
Brockman, Colonel, of Folkestone, Kent. 

Brodie, Rev. N. Caithness, of Eton College, M.A., Trinity College, 
Cambridge ; curate of St Stephen's, Kensington, London, W. ; third son of 
William Brodie of Brodie, Lord-Lieutenant of Nairn, and of Elizabeth, 
daughter of Colonel Hugh Baillie, M.P. 

Brodrick, Alan H., of Haileybury College ; J.P. for Liverpool ; Vice- 
President of Father Berry'a Homes, Liverpool ; eldest son of the Rev. 
Alan Brodrick, Rector of Broughton Gifford, Melksham, Wilts. (1876) 

Brodrick, Mrs Edith, wife of Alan H. Brodrick, J.P. for Liverpool ; 
daughter of Sir William Rose Robinson, K.C.S.I. (1882) 

Brodrigan, Mrs, wife of Colonel Brodigan ; niece of the fourth Earl of 
Leitrim, and of Lady Winifred Coke, daughter of the second Earl of 
Leicester, K.G. 

Bromage, Rev. Richard Raikes, of Clifton College ; M.A., Clare 
College, Cambridge ; F.R.G.S. ; vicar of Christ Church, Frome, Somerset- 
shire ; Surrogate in the Diocese of Bath and Wells ; Secretary and 
Treasurer of the Universities' Catholic Education Board; son of James 
Bromage, banker, of Monmouth. (1895) 

t Bromby, The Hon. Charles Hamilton, M.A., St Edmund's Hall, 
Oxford ; barrister, formerly Attorney-General of Tasmania ; son of the 
Right Rev.Dr Charles H. Bromby, late Assistant-Bishop of Bath and Wells. 

Bromhead, Miss, daughter of Sir Edmund de Gonville Brornhead, third 
Baronet of Thurlby Hall, Lincolnshire. 



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Bromley, Rev. Henry William, (1858-1906), B.A., Queen's College, 
Oxford. A Priest-in- charge of Our Lady Star of the Sea, Hfracombe, 
Devonshire ; a great benefactor to the said Church. (1880) 

Brookfield, Charles Hallam Elton, of Westminster School; Trinity 
College, Cambridge ; barrister, actor and playwright ; son of the Rev. Canon 
W. H. Brookfield, and of Jane Octavia, daughter of Sir Charles Elton, 
sixth Baronet, the friends of Thackeray, Tennyson, Carlyle, Coventry 
Patmore and other celebrities of the day. (1900) 

Brookfield, Mrs Frances Mary, the authoress ; wife of Charles E. 
Brookfield, the actor. (1900) 

t Brown, Rev. Algernon, a Priest of the Paulist Community, New 
York ; son of I)r Brown, of Brighton, Sussex. (1856) 

Brown, Mrs Andrew, cousin of the Right Rev. Dr Alexander Penrose 
Forbes, Bishop of Brechin, intimate friend of Pusey and Dollinger, and 
grandson of Lord Medwyn, (1776-1854), a Scottish Judge. 

Brown, Charles Edward, one of the leading merchants at Rangoon. 

(1894) 

Brown, Mrs David, wife of Captain Brown, late of the 14th Light 
Dragoons. 

Brown, Mrs Fanny Mary, (1840-1899), third daughter of Major 
Wemyss, of the Scots Guards ; wife of Andrew Brown, of Lockton, Perth- 
shire, N.B. 

Brown, Rev. Francis C. G., a Priest-in-charge and Rural Dean at 
St Joseph's, Leyton, London, N.E. ; son of the Rev. J. C. Brown, M.A., 
Vicar of Great Clacton, Essex. (1883) 

Brown, Rev. Frederick D. H., a Priest-in-charge of All Saints, Ash- 
bourne, Derbyshire ; son of the Rev. J. C. Brown, M.A., Vicar of Great 
Clacton, Essex. (1886) 

Brown, Frederick, formerly of the East India Company's Service. 
t Brown, Henry, formerly of the East India Company's Service. 

Brown, Rev. Henry Barton, of Charterhouse School and Worcester 
College, Oxford ; a priest at the Cathedral Church of St Anne, Leeds ; son 
of Dr Brown of Leeds, Yorkshire. (1907) 

Brown, Joseph, (1865-1903), elder brother of the Rev. Prebendary C. E. 
Brown, M.A., an Anglican clergyman. 

Brown, Rev. Joseph Moyle Sherrer, M.A., St John's College, 
Cambridge ; curate at Penkridge and Clewer. A Priest (Oblate of St 
Charles), at Our Lady of the Holy Souls, Kensal New Town, London, W., 
and chaplain to the Little Sisters of the Poor ; son of the Rev. J. C. 
Brown, M.A., vicar of Great Clacton, Essex. (1882) 

t Brown, Rev. J., an Independent Minister. (1847) 



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t Brown, The Hon. Mrs, granddaughter of the Most Rev. Lord Decies, 
D.D., Lord Archbishop of Tuam. (1850) 

t Brown, Rev. Matthias, a Priest of the Passionist Order in the 
United States ; formerly a Scotch Presbyterian Minister. 

Brown, William, B.L., Glasgow University; formerly Secretary to 
Colonel Olcutt, the Theosophist. (1886) 

Brown, William Henry, B.A., London University. 

Brownbill, John, M.A., Naden Divinity Student of St John's College, 
Cambridge ; antiquarian writer, and one of the editors of the new History 
of Lancashire, in the "Victoria County History" series. (1885) 

Browne, The Hon. Arthur Henry, son of the third Baron Kilmaine. 

(1881) 

Browne, The Hon. Mrs Clotilda Georgina, wife of the Hon. 
Arthur Browne ; daughter of Sir John Don-Wauchope, eighth Baronet. 

Browne, Captain E. F., the author. 

Browne, Mrs, wife of Captain E. F. Browne. 

t Browne, Rev. Edward George Kirwan, curate of Bawdsey, 
Suffolk ; author of History of the Tractarian Movement, etc. ; professor of 
classics at St Joseph's College, Clapham, London, S.W. ; nephew of 
Major-General Sir William Xott, (1782-1845), G.C.B. (1854) 

Browne, E. G. Stanley, B.A., St Edmund's Hall, Oxford. 

Browne, Geoffrey, son of a former vicar of Kiddington, Oxfordshire. 

(1890) 

Browne, Mrs, wife of Geoffrey Browne. (1887) 

t Browne, Mrs Grace Mary, wife of the Rev. E. G. K. Browne, curate 
of Bawdsey, Suffolk ; and daughters. (1854) 

Browne, Rev. Henry B., M.A., Xew College, Oxford; Fellow of the 
Royal University of Ireland ; a Priest of the Society of Jesus, for three 
years Rector of Clongowes Wood College, Ireland ; Professor of Greek at 
University College, Dublin ; son of J. Wilson Browne, of Birmingham. 

(1874) 

Browne, James, LL.D., Trinity College, Dublin; of Brownesville, co. 
Galway, Ireland. 

Browne, Mrs J. F., widow of J. F. Browne, of the Indian Civil Service. 
Browne, Joseph M., grandson of Captain Browne, R.X., of Sligo. 

Browne, Mrs J. Wilson, of Solihull, Warwickshire; mother of the 
Rev. Henry B. Browne, M.A., a Priest of the Society of Jesus at the 
Catholic University College, Dublin. (1890) 

t Browne, Miss L. J., daughter of Colonel Dominick Browne, of Browne 
Hall, co. Mayo, Ireland. (1853) 



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t Browne, Mrs, wife of Major Browne ; mother of the Rev. E. G. 
Kirwan Browne, curate of Bawdsey, Suffolk. (1854) 

Browne, Rev. Michael Joseph, a Dominican Friar at St Dominic's 
Priory, Newcastle-on-Tyne, Northumberland. 

t Browne, Valentine, civil engineer. (1851) 

Browne, Rev. William James Carr, M.A., Cantab- curate of 
Dudley, Lickfold. 

Browne, William Percy Wilson, son of J. Wilson Browne, of 
Birmingham ; brother of the Rev. Henry B. Browne, M.A., a Priest of the 
Society of Jesus at the Catholic University College, Dublin. (1897) 

Browning, Rev. Cyprian F., of Eton College; B.A., King's College, 
Cambridge ; curate of St John's, Longton, Staffordshire. (1902) 

Brown low, Rev. John A., (1795-1888), of Lincoln Grammar School ; a 
Priest, for fifty years at Harvington, near Kidderminster, Worcestershire. 

(1820) 

Brownlow, Right Rev. William Robert, (1830-1901), of Rugby 
School; M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge ; curate of Marychurch, Torquay, 
Devonshire. Fourth Bishop of Clifton ; author and archaeologist ; son of 
the late Rev. William Brownlow, M. A., Rector of Wilmslow, Cheshire. 

(1863) 
Brownrigg, Miss Eveleen, daughter of Colonel Brownrigg. 

Brownrigg, Miss Viva Studholme, (1894) 

Bruce, Archibald Dacres, Joint-Master of the Bath and County 
Harriers ; son of the late Rev. William Bruce, M.A. ; brother of the first 
Baron Aberdare ; son-in-law of Sir John Walter Smythe, eighth Baronet 
of Eshe Hall, Durham. (1894) 

Bruce, Eric Henry Stuart, of Radley College; M.A., Exeter College, 
Oxford ; inventor of the Bruce system of balloon signalling ; Hon. Secretary 
and Member of Council of the Aeronautical Society of Great Britain ; 
Membre d'honneur Aero Club of France ; Fellow of the Royal Metrological 
Society ; only son of General Michael Bruce, of the Grenadier Guards. (1883) 

Bruce, Miss Mary, daughter of the late Rev. William Bruce, M.A., 
brother of the first Baron Aberdare. (1894) 

t Bruce, General Michael, of the Coldstream Guards; served in the 
Crimea with the Grenadier Guards. (1883) 

Brumell, His Honour John, Stipendiary Magistrate for the West Coast, 
Demerara, British Guiana. (1886) 

Brundrit, Rev. Robert William, (1824-1879), M.A., Christ College, 
Cambridge ; formerly an Anglican clergyman ; a Priest. 

Bryan, Rev. Edward Henry, B.A., Durham University: vicar of 
Hensall-cum-Heck, near Selby, Yorkshire. A Priest-in-charge of St 
Joseph's, Pickering, Yorkshire ; son of the Rev. E. H. Bryan, formerly 
Anglican Chaplain at Hobart Town ; author (1900) 



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t Brymer, John, late director of The Portsmouth Evening News, and The 

Hampshire Telegraph. 

Brymer, Mrs, wife of John Brymer, of Portsmouth, Hampshire. 

Buccleuch, The Duchess of, (1811-1895), Lady Charlotte Anne 
Thynne, wife of the fifth Duke of Buccleuch, K.G., who was Lord Privy 
Seal, President of the Council and Lord-Lieutenant of Midlothian and 
Roxburgshire ; third daughter of the second Marquess of Bath, K.G., 
Lord-Lieutenant of Somersetshire ; was for five years Mistress of the 
Robes to Queen Victoria. (1855) 

Buchan, The Earl of, (1783-1857), Henry David Erskine, twelfth 
Earl. (1850) 

Buchan, The Countess of, (1802-1893), Caroline Rose Maxwell, third 
wife of the twelfth Earl; daughter of James Primrose Maxwell. (1850) 

Buchanan, Mrs Anne, sister of the Rev. Edward Roper Martin, 
formerly an Anglican clergyman ; descendant of the Blessed Thomas 
More, Lord Chancellor of England. 

Buchanan, Mrs de Villiers, of Inverness, N.B. ; and family. 

t Buchaneer, James, of Walmgate, York. (1856) 

Buckenham, Miss, daughter of Dr Buckenham, of Huntingdon House, 
Cambridge. (1903) 

Buckenham, Miss Hilda, daughter of Dr Buckenham of Cambridge. 

Buckingham, Rev. George William, M.A., Cantab; formerly an 
Anglican Chaplain in Rome. (1876) 

Buckingham, Leicester Silk, (1825-1867), dramatist and popular 
lecturer; youngest son of James Silk Buckingham, (1786-1855), M.P. for 
Sheffield, author and traveller. (1845) 

Buckle, Colonel, 

Buckle, Mrs, wife of Colonel Buckle. 

t Buckle, Rev. Walter, M.A., Exeter College, Oxford ; a Priest. (1847) 

t Buckle, William Henry, Controller of Customs; father of the Rev. 
Walter Buckle, M.A., Oxon. (1846) 

t Buckle, Mrs, wife of William Henry Buckle. (1846) 

Buckler, Rev. Albert, a Dominican Friar at St Dominic's Priory, 
Haverstock Hill, London KW. ; D.D. of Rome ; son of John Chessell 
Buckler, (1770-1851), the topographical artist and architect, F.S.A. (1855) 

Buckler, Charles Alban, (1825-1905), Surrey Herald Extraordinary ; 
Companion of the Order of Malta ; son of John Chessell Buckler, (1770- 
1851), the architect. (1854) 

Buckler, Rev. Edmund, a Dominican Friar and till lately Prior of 
Holy Cross, Wellington Street, Leicester ; now at St Dominic's Priory, 
London, X.W.; son of John Chessell Buckler, (1770-1851), the architect. 

(1855) 



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Buckler, Rev. H. Reginald, a Dominican Friar and till recently Master 
of Novices at Hawkesyard Priory, Rugeley, Staffordshire ; now at the 
Dominican Priory, Woodchester, Stroud, Gloucestershire; author ; son of 
John Chessell Buckler, (1770-1851), the architect. (1855) 

Buckridge, Rev. George, (1842-1904), Professor at Holy Cross 
College, Dublin, then a Priest of the Society of Jesus in Adelaide, 
Australia, previously he had been for ten years in India ; son of the late 
James Buckridge of Pangbourne, Berkshire. 

t Buckridge, James, of Pangbourne, Berkshire ; descendant of an old 
family settled for centuries at Basildon, among whom w T as John Buck- 
ridge, Anglican Bishop of Ely in the time of James I. 

Buckridge, Miss Jane, second daughter of James Buckridge, of 
Pangbourne, Berkshire, by his first wife Mary Anne Acres. 

Buckridge, John, second son of James Buckridge, of Pangbourne, Berk- 
shire, by his first wife Mary Anne Acres. 

Buckridge, Miss Rachel, eldest daughter of James Buckridge, of 
Pangbourne, Berkshire, by his first wife Mary Anne Acres. 

Buckridge, Miss Sarah, (1856-1907), a Sister of the Institute of Notre 
Dame, Sheffield ; youngest daughter of James Buckridge, of Pangbourne, 
Berkshire. 

t Bulger, Rev. Francis, a Priest at St John the Baptist, Felling, co. 
Durham. (1888) 

Bull, Dr George J. 

Bull, Rev. Gilbert Vincent, a Priest-in- charge of St Mary's, Louth, 
Lincolnshire; now at Mablethorpe-cum-Sutton-on-Sea, Lincolnshire. 

Bull, Reginald, of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. (1909) 

Bullen, Edward Uttermore, Recorder of Southampton. 

Buller, Captain William Edward, (1816-1903), of the 14th Light 
Dragoons; aide-de-camp to General Lord Raglan, (1788-1855), in India ; 
for twenty years Deputy-Governor of Pentonville Prison. (1850) 

Bulley, James, B.A., Magdalen College, Oxford. 

t Bullman, Edward, of Oldham, a benefactor to the Catholic Church 
of that town. 

t Bullman, Mrs, wife of Edward Bullman, of Oldham. 

Bullivant, Rev. Thomas Pelham, (1864-1901), of Cheltenham 
College; M.A., Balliol College, Oxford; solicitor. A Priest, D.D. and 
Ph.D. of Rome. (1885) 

Bullock, Rev. George, B.A., St Mary's Hall, Oxford; an Anglican 
clergyman. 

Bulmer, Rev. John, B.D. ; Mus.Bac. ; Fellow of Durham University; 
formerly Chaplain of the Proprietary Chapel of Gibside, Northumberland.; 

(1891) 



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Burm, Alfred, (1796-1860), nicknamed "Poet Bunn" ; librettist and 
manager of Drury Lane and Covent Garden theatres. (1845) 

Burb ridge, Rev. Alfred, formerly a Methodist Preacher; a Priest of 
the Society of Jesus and Missionary in B-ilawayo, Rhodesia, South Africa. 

Burchett, Philip, author of well-known works on geometry, 

Burchett, Richard, (1815-1875), the historical painter ; student of the 
School of Design, Somerset House ; Headmaster of the South Kensington 
Art Schools ; exhibited at the Royal Academy, and published treatises on 
drawing. (1856) 

Burder, Right Rev. George Bernard, (1814-1881), M.A., Magdalen 
College, Oxford ; curate at Ruardean. A Cistercian Monk and Lord 
Abbot of St Bernard's Abbey, Leicestershire; author; son of the Rev. 
George Burder, (1752-1832), a well-known Congregationalist Minister, 
founder of the London Missionary Society, of the Religious Tract Society, 
and of the British and Foreign Bible Society. (1846) 

1 Burder, Mrs Henry, sister-in-law of the Right Rev. C. B. Burder, 

(1814-1881), late Lord Abbott of St Bernard's Abbey, Leicestershire. (1848) 

Burford-Hancock, Lady Alice Maud, daughter of the Rev. John 
Nankivell, of Crediton, Devonshire; wife of the late Sir H. J. Burford- 
Hancock, C.M.G., Chief Justice of Jamaica. 

t Burge, Rev. George Lawrence, a Priest; uncle of the Rev. 
Thomas Anselm Burge, a Benedictine Monk, formerly Prior of Ampleforth 
Abbey and College, Yorks, now of St Austin's, Grassendale, Liverpool, 
author. (1831) 

Burgess, Rev. Frederick, B.A., Cantab; an Anglican chaplain in 
Demerara, South America. 

Burgoyne, Captain J. O. 

t Burke, Miss Caroline Jane, daughter of Sir John Burke, second 
Baronet of Marble Hill, Galway, Ireland. (1855) 

t Burke, Lady, wife of Sir John Burke, second Baronet; daughter of 
the late Right Hon. James Calcraft. (1855) 

Burke, Major. 

Burn, Rev. William P., M.A., Downing College, Cambridge; Incum- 
bent near R other ham. 

t Burnand, Mrs Cecilia Victoria; nee Ranoe ; first wife of Sir 
Francis Cowley Burnand. 

Burnand, Sir Francis Cowley, of Eton College; B.A., Trinity 
College, Cambridge, and Cuddesdon Theological College; barrister; 
dramatic author ; for twenty-six years editor of Punch ; editor of The 
Catholic Who's Who; father of Charles Hubert Burnand, manager of Sir 
S. Scott's Branch of Parr's Bank, Cavendish Square, Londonf W. ; his 
mother was a direct descendant of Hannah Cowley, (1743-1809), the 
dramatist. (1857) 



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Burnand, Lady, formerly Mrs Paysan Jones ; second wife of Sir Francis 
Cowley Burnand. 

t Burnett, Captain. (1847) 

t Burnett, Mrs, wife of Captain Burnett. (1847) 

Burnett, Miss Gertrude, daughter of Captain John Burnett, of 
Wolverhampton. (1907) 

Burnier, C. H. Ignatius, of Havelock Road, Southsea, Hampshire. 

Burns, James, (1808-1871), publisher and author, of Paternoster Row, 
London, E.G. ; son of a Presbyterian Minister of Forfarshire, N.B. ; father 
of the late Rev. William James Burns, a Priest and chaplain to the Little 
Sisters of the Poor, Nazareth House, Hammersmith, London, W. (1847) 

Burns, Mrs Margaret Jane, (1806-1893), wife of James Burns (1808- 
1871), the publisher and author; formerly a Presbyterian, and then a 
member of the English Church; after her husband's death she became 
a nun at the Ursuline Convent of Pittsburgh, U.S.A., with her four 
daughters. (1847) 

Burns, Rev. William, B.A., Cantab ; curate of Hayle, Cornwall. (1861) 

Burn side. Sir Bruce Lockhart, (1833-1909), Q.C., successively 
Solicitor-General of the Bahamas ; Attorney-General on several occasions ; 
member of the Local Legislature ; Speaker of the House of Assembly ; 
Queen's Advocate of Ceylon } and for ten years Chief Justice of the said 
island ; second son of the late Hon. John James Burnside, Surveyor- 
General of the Bahamas. (1908) 

Burrell, Mrs Jane Coliingwood, of Bolton Hall, Alnwick, North- 
umberland ; fourth daughter of Major Alexander Browne, of Doxford 
Hall, Northumberland ; wife of Major Bryan Burrell, of the 15th Hussars, 
of Brownepark, Northumberland. (1893) 

Burrows, Mrs, great-granddaughter of the Most Rev. Lord Decies, D.D., 
Lord Archbishop of Tuam. 

Burrows, Rev. Eric L. B., of Felsted School and Keble College, Oxford ; 
a Scholastic of the Society of Jesus at St Mary's Hall, Stonyhurst ; son 
of A. Bromley Burrows, of Ramsgate, Kent. (1904) 

t Burton, Cosmo Innes, professor of Chemistry in Shanghai ; second 
son of Dr John Hill Burton, (1809-1881), the Scottish historian and 
advocate by his second wife, Mrs Katherine Hill Burton. (1870) 

t Burton, Rev. Edward, D.D., Trinity College, Dublin ; chaplain of 
Kilmainham Hospital, Dublin. (1846) 

t Burton, Miss Eliza Paton, the artist in wood carving; eldest 
daughter of Dr John Hill Burton, (1809-1881), the Scottish historian and 
advocate by his first wife, Mrs Isabella Lander Burton. (1869) 

t Burton, Rev. James, B.A., Oxon ; curate of Holy Trinity, Brompton, 
London, S.W. (1844) 



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Burton, Rev. J. Harris, of Glenalmond College, Scotland ; Incumbent 
of St John's, Selkirk, KB. 

t Burton, Mrs Katherine Hill, who nursed the wounded during the 
Crimea War ; daughter of Cosmo Innes, (1798-1874), M.A., Balliol College 
Oxford, the antiquary and author, sheriff of Moray, professor of Con- 
stitutional Law at Edinburgh University ; second wife of Dr John Hill 
Burton, (1809-1881), the Scottish historian and advocate. (1869) 

t Burton, Miss Mary Rose, the artist ; daughter of the late Mrs 
Katherine Hill Burton, wife of Dr John Hill Burton, (1809-1881), the 
Scottish historian and advocate. (1869) 

Burton, Rev. Thomas Jones, (1832-1884), M.A., Peterhouse, Cam- 
bridge ; curate of St James', Enfield, Middlesex ; a great benefactor to 
several Catholic Missions. (1865) 

t Burton, William Kinimond, engineer and Governor of Formosa ; 
eldest son of Dr John Hill Burton, (1809-1881), the Scottish historian and 
advocate by his second wife, Mrs Katherine Hill Burton. (1869) 

t Bush, Edward, father of the Very Rev. E. A. Bush, a Priest and 
Vicar-General of the diocese of Pittsburgh, U.S.A. 

t Busk, Miss Rachel Harriette, the authoress; she published under 
her own name Folk Lore of Rome (1874), Folk Songs of Italy (1887), The 
Valleys of Tyrol (1874), anonymously she published Patanas, or Spanish 
Stories (1870), and Sagas from the Far East, Kalmonk and Mongol Tales 
(1873), a constant contributor to Notes and Queries; youngest daughter 
of Hans Busk, (1772-1862), the elder of Glenalder, a Radnorshire squire 
and poet ; granddaughter of Sir Wadsworth Busk, at one time Attorney- 
General of the Isle of Man; sister of Lady M. G. Loder, (1826-1907), wife 
of Sir Robert Loder, first Bart. ; of Mrs Pitt Byrne, (1819-1894), the 
authoress, and of Mrs Rosalie Vansittart, wife of the Rev. Charles 
Vansittart, M.A., rector of Shottesbrook-cum-White-Waltham. (1858) 

Bussy, Bernard Fooks, (1842-1908), journalist and dramatic author ; 
"Father of the Press Gallery of the House of Commons." 

Butcher, Miss Ives, a Congregationalist ; now a nun ; fourth daughter 
of Lieutenant-Colonel Butcher, H.E.I.C.S. ; cousin of the Right Rev. Dr 
Samuel Butcher, (1811-1876), Bishop of Heath. 

Bute, The Marquess of, (1847-1900), John Patrick Crichton-Stuart, 
of Harrow School ; M.A., Christ Church, Oxford ; second Marquess, 
K.T. ; Knight Grand Cross of the Holy Sepulchre, Knight of the Order of 
St Gregory the Great ; translator of the Roman Breviary into English ; 
Lord Rector of St Andrews University, and several times Mayor of Cardiff; 
was the hero of Lord Beaconsfield's novel Lothair. (1869) 

Butland, Rev. Benjamin Joseph, B.A., Trinity College, Cambridge ; 
a Priest-in-charge of St John the Baptist, Great Haywood, Staffordshire. 

(1844) 



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Butler, Arthur Stanley G., son of Arthur Stanley Butler, M.A., 
Ox on., Professor of Natural Philosophy at St Andrews University, 
and son of the late Rev. Dr George Butler, Canon of Winchester. (1909) 

Butler, Miss Edith Josephine, daughter of Arthur Stanley Butler, 
M.A., Oxon., Professor of Natural Philosophy at St Andrews University, 
and of his wife Edith, daughter of Jaspar Bolton, of Ballykisteen, co. 
Tipperary. (1908) 

Butler, Mrs Edith Rhoda, wife of Arthur Stanley Butler, M.A., 
Oxon., Professor of Natural Philosophy at St Andrews University, N. 1.5. ; 
daughter of Jasper Bolton, of Ballykisteen, co. Tipperary ; daughter-in-law 
of the late Mrs Josephine Butler, the authoress who did so much in the 
movements for the higher education of women. (1906) 

Butler, Lady Elizabeth Southerden, the well-known painter ; 
wife of General the Right Hon. Sir William Francis Butler, K.C.B. ; 
daughter of Thomas L. Thompson, M.A., Cantab ; sister of Mrs Alice 
Meynell, the poet and essayist. 

Butler, Miss Gertrude, an Anglican nun; daughter of the Very 
Rev. George Butler, (1774-1853), D.D., for many years Headmaster of 
Harrow School, and then Dean of Peterborough. (189G) 

Butler, Colonel James, of Dublin, formerly of the 26th Madras 
Infantry. (1895) 

Butler, James, Fellow of the Linnean Society. (1867) 

t Butler, Rev. Robert, M.A., Brasenose College, Oxford ; an Anglican 
clergyman, and Warden of the House of Charity, Soho, London, W. (1850) 

Butler, Theobald, son of Colonel Butler. (1884) 

Butler, Captain William Henry. 

Butt, Lady Anna Georgina, wife of Right Hon. Sir Charles Parker 
Butt, (1830-1892), P.O., formerly President of the Probate, Divorce and 
Admiralty Division of the High Court of Judicature ; daughter of 
Ferdinand Rodewell, of Princes' Gate, London, S.W. (1905) 

t Butt, James Palmer, father of the Right Rev. Dr John Butt, (1826- 
1899), fourth Bishop of Southward 

t Butt, William Henry, uncle of the Right Rev. Dr John Butt, (1826- 
1899), fourth Bishop of Southwark. 

Butter-field, Henry S., son of the Rev. Henry Butterfield, M.A., Rector 
of Fulmer, Buckinghamshire. 

Byles, Rev. Thomas Roussel David, scholar, B.A., Balliol College, 
Oxford ; at one time Professor at St Edmund's College, Ware, Hertford- 
shire ; a Priest, D.D. of Rome, in charge of St Helen's, Ongar, Essex. (1894) 



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Byles, William Esdale, nephew of William P. Byles, proprietor of The 

Bradford Standard. 

Byrne, Mrs, wife of Colonel Byrne, of the 5th Irish Regiment. (1905) 

Byrne, Mrs Julia Clara, (1819-1894), the authoress; wife of William 
Pitt Byrne, son of the founder of The Morning^ Post ; daughter of Hans 
Busk, the elder, (1772-1862), a Radnorshire Squire ; granddaughter of Sir 
William Wadsworth Busk, at one time Attorney-General for the Isle of 
Man ; sister of Lady M. G. Loder, (1826-1907), wife of Sir Robert Loder, 
first Bart. ; of Mrs Rosalie Vansittart, wife of the Rev. Charles Vansittart, 
M.A., rector of Shottesbrook-cum-White-Waltham, and of the late Miss 
Rachel Harriette Busk, the Folk-Lorist. (1860) 



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CAHILL, Mrs, wife of MajofCahill, of the Bombay Staff Corps. 

Calcutt, Francis Macnamara, B.A., Trinity College, Dublin ; 
formerly M.P. for co. Clare. 

Cal lender, Mrs Mildred, wife of Leonard Callender, of Edinburgh, 
N.B.; eldest daughter of the late Thomas Frederic Artindale. (1907) 

Caiman, Alfred J., B.A., Worcester College, Oxford: father of the Rev. 
Alfred John Caiman, a Priest at St Benedict's Priory, Colwich, Stafford. 

(1845) 
Cal mar, John James, barrister. 

Cal vert, Rev. Arthur William P., a Priest and chaplain to the 
Canonesses of St Augustine, Hull. (1891) 

Cameron, Mrs Janet Sarah, daughter of the late Lieutenant-General 
Robert Bruce, brother of the first Lord Aberdare; second wife of 
Ludovick Charles Richard Cameron, F.Z.S. (1894) 

Cameron, Ludovick Charles Richard, Fellow of the Zoological 
Society ; author and contributor to the Field, Bailey's Magazine, etc. ; 
correspondent of The Times in Spain, 1898-9 ; war correspondent of Tlie 
Morning Post in South Africa, (1899-1900); founder of the Celtic- Cornish 
Society ; a member of the Gorsedd of the Bards of Britain : son of 
Richard Jewell of Liskeard. (1891) 

Camm, Alfred Robert MacLean, of Blundell's School, Tiverton and 
Worcester College, Oxford ; Chamberlain of Honour to Pope Pius X. ; 
son of the Rev. John Maher Brooke Camm, M.A., late rector of Monkton 
Wyld, Dorsetshire. (1891) 

Camm, Rev. John Brooke Maher, M.A., Brasenose College, Oxford; 
an officer in the 12th Royal Lancers, then Rector of Monkton Wyld, 
Charmouth, Dorsetshire. ' (1891) 

Camm, Rev. Reginald Percy John, of Westminster School ; B.A., 
Keble College, Oxford ; curate of St Agnes, Kennington Park, London, 
S.E. Now a Benedictine Monk (Dom Bede) at St Thomas' Abbey, 
Erdington, Birmingham ; author ; son of the Rev. John Maher Brooke 
Camm, M.A., late rector of Monkton Wyld, Dorsetshire. (1890) 



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Camoys, The Lady, Jessie Philippa; wife of the fourth Baron Camoys; 
daughter of Robert Russell Carew, of Carpenders Park, Hertfordshire. 

(1897) 

Campbell, Mrs, eldest daughter of the late Sir Victor Alexander Brooke, 
third Baronet, of Colebrook Park, co. Fermanagh, by Alice, daughter of the 
late Sir Alan Bellingham, third Baronet, of Castlebellingham, co. Louth; 
wife of Colonel Campbell, brother and heir presumptive to Sir Archibald 
Campbell, Bart., of Succoth. 

Campbell, Mrs Alice Mildred, wife of Lieutenant James Ramsay 
Campbell, brother of Sir Archibald Spenser Lindsay Campbell, fifth 
Baronet ; daughter of Sir Victor Alexander Brooke, third Baronet. 

t Campbell, Archibald, D.L., of Lochnell, Argyllshire, N.B. 

t Campbell, Rev. A. D. R., M.A., Cantab; curate of Ashley, New- 
market. (1844) 

Campbell, Rev. Donald C. V., a Priest in London; son of James 
Archibald Campbell, of Inverane, N.B. 

Campbell, Mrs Edith, wife of Henry Algernon Campbell, (1850-1904), 
of Evenley Hall, Brackley, Northamptonshire; daughter of Prideaux 
Selby, of Pawston, Northumberland; mother of the Rev. Noel J. 
Campbell, a Scholastic of the Society of Jesus at St Beuno's College, 
St Asaph, North Wales. (1875) 

Campbell, Sir Gilbert Edward, (1838-1899), third Baronet ; formerly 
an officer in the 92nd Highlanders, serving through the Indian Mutiny ; 
Knight Commander of the Orders of Isabella the Catholic, and Charles 
III. of Spain, and of the Order of th e Holy Sepulchre. 

Campbell, Henry Algernon, (1850-1904), son of Colonel George 
Campbell, Grenadier Guards, of Evenley Hall, Brackley, Northampton- 
shire. (1875) 

Campbell, Rev. Henry Charles Brabazon, B.A.. Durham 
University ; curate of St Alphege, Southwark, London, S.E. A Priest at 
Our Lady of Willesden, Manor Park Road, Willesden, London, N. W. ; till 
recently a Redemptorist at Our Lady of the Annunciation, Bishop-Eton, 
Wavertree, Liverpool ; now at St Mary's, Kinnoull, Perth, N.B. (1902) 

Campbell, Mrs, mother of the Rev. Henry Charles Brabazon Campbell, 
B.A., a Redemptoriat priest. (1902) 

Campbell, Miss, of Edinburgh, N.B. ; superintendent of St Vincent's 
Hospital, Dublin. (1889) 

Campbell, Miss, formerly associate of the Clewer Sisterhood, near 
Windsor. (1865) 

Campbell, Miss, of Craigie, Ayrshire, N.B. (1893) 

Campbell, Miss Lilah Olive, daughter of Lord Walter Campbell 
(1848-1889), third son of the eighth Duke of Argyll, K.G. ; niece of 
H.R.H. Princess Louise, ninth Duchess of Argyll. (1898) 



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Campbell, Mrs Minton, wife of a former M.P. for Xorth Staffordshire. 

(1878) 

t Campbell^ Robert, advocate; J.P. of Skerrington, Ayrshire, X.B. ; 
father of William Campbell, K.C., now Lord Skerrington, a Judge of the 
Court of Session, late Dean of the Faculty of Edinburgh Advocates. 

Campbell, Mrs, wife of Robert Campbell, J.P., Ayrshire, X.B. ; and 
family. 

t Campbell, Rev. Robert, M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge; chaplain 
to the Bishop of Aberdeen, and canon of Perth Cathedral. (1852) 

Campbell, Rev. Thomas, a Benedictine Monk at St Thomas' Abbey, 
Erdington, Birmingham, Wa/wickshire. (1896) 

Campden, The Viscountess, (1822-1867), Lady Adelaide Augusta 
Hay, wife of the second Earl of Gainsborough, (while Viscount Campden) ; 
daughter of the seventeenth Earl of ErroU, K.T., Lord Steward of the 
Household, Master of the Staghounds, and Lord-Lieutenant of Aberdeen- 
shire ; niece of the first Earl of Minister. (1851) 

Cannon, Mrs, wife of General Cannon, of Folkestone, Kent. 
Cannon, The Misses, daughters of General Cannon, of Folkestone. 

Canterbury, The Viscountess, Amye Rachel Walpole, wife of the 
fourth Viscount Canterbury ; only daughter of the Hon. Frederick 
Walpole, M.P., third son of the third Earl of Orford ; sister of the fifth 
Earl of Orford. (1897) 

Capel, Cecil, of Spilsby, Lincolnshire. (1898) 

Capes, Mrs Bertha Wyatt, (1812-1890), wife of the Rev. John Moore 
Capes, (1813-1889); niece of the late Rev. Edmund William Estcourt, 
M.A., Rector of Long Newnton, co. Wiltshire, and of Shipton Moyne, 
co. Gloucester ; cousin of the Very Rev. Canon Edgar Edmund Estcourt 
(1816-1884), M.A., Oxon., of St Chad's Cathedral, Birmingham ; mother of 
Bernard Capes, the novelist, and of Miss Frances Mary Capes, the 
authoress. (1845) 

Capes, Rev. John Moore, (1813-1889), of Westminster School; M.A., 
Balliol College, Oxford ; curate of Long Newnton, co. Wilts., then Rector 
of St John's, Eastover, Bridgwater, Somersetshire ; author, and editor of 
The Rambler. (1845) 

Capes, Frederick, (1816-1888), Solicitor, and at one time Proctor of 
the Prerogative Court of Canterbury; brother of the Rev. John Moore 
Capes, (1813-1889), M.A., Oxon., late rector of St John's, Eastover, 
Somersetshire. (1845) 

Capron, Rev. Thomas J., (1831-1902), a Priest in Paris; for twelve 
years in Lapland and then in England ; son of a French General, and of 
an English mother. (1848) 

t Garden, Captain Warner William. (1848) 

Carew, Charles, solicitor. 



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Carey, Arthur, of Woolton, Liverpool (1898) 

Carlisle, Captain. (1887) 

Carlisle, Mrs, wife of Captain Carlisle. (1886) 

Carmichael, Miss Mary, the musical composer and accompanist; 
daughter of John Carmichael, of CorosaL 

Carmichael, Mrs Maud, wife of Montgomery Carmichael, and 
daughter of J. W. Parker, the eminent publisher. 

Carmichael, Montgomery, British Vice-Consul for the Provinces of 
Lucca, Pisa, Leghorn and Grasseto ; author, F.S.A., Scot; hon. member 
of the Accademia Properziana of Assisi, corresponding member of the 
Accademia Araldica of Italy ; youngest son of John Carmichael of Corosal, 
and of Sarah, daughter of John Hutchinson, of Cleator Moor, Cumberland. 

Carnegie, Miss, niece of Andrew Carnegie, of Skibo Castle, Sutherland. 
N.B. 

Carnegie, John, solicitor; of Uppingham School ; B.A., St Catherine's 
College, Cambridge. (1878) 

Carnsew, Miss, sister-in-law of the Very Rev. Benjamin Morgan Cowie, 
D.D. (1816-1900), Dean of Manchester. 

Carr, Mark W., formerly consulting engineer of Natal, South Africa. 

(1904) 
Carrington, Miss, daughter of an Anglican clergyman. 

Carrttt, Joh n Price, of Rugby School; now of Shoreham, Sussex. (1887) 
Carroll, J. J., son of Dr Carroll. (1890) 

Carson, Rev. William Robert, (1874-1903), B.A., Trinity College, 
Dublin ; a Priest at St Joseph's, Derby ; author ; son of the Rev. R. B. 
Carson, M.B., vicar of Haynes, Bedfordshire; grandson of the Right 
Rev. Dr Carson, Bishop of Kilmore ; nephew of the Rev. Dr Joseph 
Carson, Vice-Provost of Trinity College, Dublin. (1893) 

Carter, Mrs Gordon, of Bournemouth, Hants. (1899) 

Carter, The Very Rev. James, a Priest and Monsignor, in charge of St 
Francis of Assisi, Midhurst, Sussex ; Hon. Chamberlain to Pope Pius IX., 
and Private Chamberlain to Popes Leo XIII and Pius X. (1852) 

Cart hew, Miss, daughter of Admiral Carthew. 

Cary, John, (1812-1893), eldest son of the Rev. J. H. Spelman Cary, M.A., 
of Eaubrink and Tilney Hall, Norfolk. 

Cary-Elwes, Mrs Alice Geraldine, (1844-1907), second wife of 
Valentine Dudley Henry Cary-Elwes, (1832-1909), of Billing Hall, North- 
amptonshire ; daughter of the Hon. and Rev. Henry Ward, M.A., rector 
of Killinchey, co. Down, Ireland, brother of the third Viscount Bangor ; 
mother of the Rev. Dudley Charles Cary-Elwes, a Priest at All Saints, 
Peterborough, Northamptonshire. (1874) 

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Cary-Elwes, Mrs Mary Helen, (1834-1900), widow of Francis Cary- 
Elwes, of Queen's Gate Terrace, London, S.W. ; a nun (Mother Mary 
Ignatius) at the Convent, Crieff, Perthshire, N.B. (1864) 

Cary-Elwes, Valentine Dudley Henry, (1832 1909), of Billing 
Hall, Northamptonshire and Eoxby, Brigg, Lincolnshire ; F.S.A. ; 
F.G.H.S. ; at one time Cornet in the 12th Lancers, serving in the Kaffir 
War; J.P. and D.L. for Lincolnshire; High Sheriff in 1873; J.P. for cos. 
Leicester and Northampton; son of Gary Charles Elwes and his wife 
Elinor, daughter of Admiral Rye ; father of Gervase Henry Cary-Elwes, 
J.P. and D.L. for Lincolnshire, J.P. for Northamptonshire, and son-in-law 
of the eighth Earl of Denbigh. (1874) 

Cary-Elwes, Captain Windsor, of G revel House, Campden, 
Gloucestershire ; formerly of the Scots Guards ; son of George Cary- 
Elwes, M.A., Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford, by his wife Arabella, 
daughter of Thomas Fieschie Heneage of Cadeby, Lincolnshire ; married 
to Augusta, daughter of the Hon. William Towry Law, (1809-1886), 
youngest son of the first Baron Ellenborough, (1750-1818) ; father of the 
Rev. Alastair Cary-Elwes, a Benedictine Monk, (Dom Luke), at St 
Benedict's Abbey, Fort Augustus, N.B. ; of the Rev. Cuthbert Cary-Elwes, 
a Priest of the Society of Jesus, in Demerara, British Guiana ; and of 
Charles Cary-Elwes ; the first of his family to join the Church. (1857) 

t Case, Captain Francis. (1851) 

t Case, Rev. F. G., B.A., Oxon ; curate of All Saints, Margaret Street, 
London, W. (1850) 

Case, Mrs, wife of Major Case, of Canterbury, Kent. (1882) 

Case, Mrs Alice Marston, (nee Southey), second wife of Captain Henry 
Ashton Case, J.P. (1889) 

Case, Captain Henry Ashton, of Eton College; late of the 12th 
Lancers; J.P. for Gloucestershire; son of John Ashton Case, of Thing- 
well Hall, Lancashire, and of Caroline, daughter of Henry Walker, of 
Blythe. (1876) 

Case, Mrs Mary, (1851-1888), first wife of Captain Henry Ashton Case, 
J.P. ; daughter of Colonel W. Southey, of the Madras Staff Corps. (1882) 

Casson, Captain, of the 5th West York Militia. 
Casson, Mrs, wife of Captain Casson. 

Castle, Rev. Harold Charles P., (1868-1908), of Charterhouse School ; 
M.A., Magdalen College, Oxford; barrister- at-1 aw ; law reporter for The 
Times, and author. A Redemptorist Priest, successively at St Mary's, 
Clapham, S.W. ; St Mary's, Kinnoull, Perth, N.B., and at Bishop's 
Stortford, Hertfordshire; son of Edward J. Castle, K.C., Recorder of 
Bristol; grandson of Major Heathcote Smith, late 76th Regiment. (1893) 

Castle-Stuart, The Earl of, (1794-1857), Edward Stuart-Richardson, 
third Earl ; of Christ Church, Oxford. (1834) 



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Caswall, Rev. Edward, (1814-1878), M.A., Brasenose College, Oxford ; 
Perpetual Curate of Stratford-sub-Castle, near Salisbury. After his 
wife's death he became a Priest of the Brompton Oratory, London, S.W. ; 
poet and author ; son of the Rev. R. C. Caswall, M.A. of Yately, Hamp- 
shire, and brother of the Rev. Dr Henry Caswall, M.A., Prebendary of 
Salisbury Cathedral. (1847) 

Caswall, Mrs Louisa, (1818-1849), wife of the Rev. Edward Caswall, 
(1814-1878), M. A., Oxon ; daughter of the late General Walker, of Taunton, 
Somersetshire. (1847) 

t Caswall, Thomas, M.A., Fellow of Clare College, Cambridge; 
brother of the Rev. Edward Caswall, (1814-1878), M.A., Oxon. (1846) 

Catlin, Miss, daughter of a former Rector of Broadway. 

t Cato, Rev. Thomas Edward, M. A., Oriel CoUege, Oxford ; vicar of 
Wye, Kent. (1891) 

Cator, The Very Rev. Henry William, of Eton College; a Priest and 
Superior of the Oratory, South Kensington, London, S.W. ; son of Albe- 
marle Cator, J.P., D.L. ; of Woodbastwick Hall, Norfolk. (1879) 

Cator, William Ralph, of Chippenham; nephew of the Rev. Henry 
William Cator, a Priest of the Oratory, London, S.W. (1.898) 

Cavanagh, Mrs, of Shinrowe, Birr, King's County, Ireland. (1884) 

Cave, Henry H., son of William Cave, of Desborough, Hampshire; 
brother of Sir Lewis William Cave, (1832-1889), Judge of the King's 
Bench Division, (1881) 

Cave, Laurence Trent, of Ditcham Park, Petersfield, Hampshire ; 
J.P. ; father of Charles John Philip, J.P., formerly Secretary of the 
Cambridge University Catholic Association, and member of the 
Universities' Catholic Board, and of Captain Adrian L. Cave, late of 
the 10th Hussars, who served in South Africa. (1892) 

Cave, Rev. Martin William, of King's College; M.A., Durham 
University ; curate of St John the Baptist, Derby. A Priest-in- charge 
of St Michael's, Ashford, Middlesex. (1901) 

Cave-Browne-Cave, Rev. Ambrose, (1830-1889), M.A., Corpus 
Christi College, Oxford ; rector of Stretton-de-le-Felde ; son of Sir John 
Robert Cave-Browne-Cave, tenth Baronet. (1888) 

Cave-Browne-Cave, Rev. Verney, (1833-1890), M.A., Exeter CoUege, 
Oxford; formerly an Anglican curate; son of Sir John Robert Cave-Browne- 
Cave, tenth Baronet. A Priest-in -charge of St Peter's, Leamington, 
Warwickshire. (1874) 

t Cavendish, Rev. Charles William, M.A., Trinity College, Oxford; 
Rector of Little Casterton ; member of the Camden Society. (1850) 



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t Cavendish, Mrs Mary, wife of the Rev. Charles William Cavendish, 
M.A., Oxon. (1850) 

Cecil-Kearney, Countess Alice Florence, first wife of Count Cecil- 
Kearney; daughter of Colonel William Perceval, A. B. ; granddaughter of 
Sir William Henry Palmer, third Baronet, of Paluierston and Kenure Park, 
co. Dublin. 

Cecil-Kearney, Countess Alice Katharine Irma Perceval, 

daughter of Count Cecil-Kearney. 

Cecil-Kearney, Count Robert Cecil Joseph Patrick, formerly 
an officer in the 97th Regt. ; J.P. for co. Mayo ; son of Robert Kearney, 
J.P. of Ballinvilla, Castle bar, co. Mayo, Ireland. 

Chains, Henry William, M.A., scholar of Merton College, Oxford. 

Chamberlain, Dr Basil Hall, professor of the Imperial University of 
Tokio, Japan: author of Things Japanese, etc. (1899) 

t Chambers, Alfred, of Henley-on- Thames, a Papal Zouvave who was 
killed at Spoleto. 

Chambers, Dr Frederick, J.P. for Margate, Kent, of which town he 
was thrice Mayor. 

Chambers, James, B.A., Worcester College, Oxford. 

Chambers, John, (1826-1908), of Henley- on-Thames. (1846) 

Chambers, The Misses, the six sisters of the late John Chambers of 
Henley-on-Thames. (1846) 

Chambers, Miss, formerly Mother Eldress of the Devonport Sisters 
under Miss Priscilla Lydia Sellon, (1821-1876) ; now a nun. 

Chambers, Thomas King;, M.A., Christ Church, Oxford ; M.D., 
London University ; at one time Hon. Physician to King Edward VII. 
when Prince of Wales ; Senior Consulting Physician to St Mary's Hospital, 
London; author. 

Chander, John, B.A., All Souls' College, Oxford 
Chandless, Miss, daughter of a London barrister ; now a nun. 
Chaplin, Nugent, of London, a solicitor. (1899) 

Chapman, Mrs Charles Capel, daughter of Sir William Crofton, 
Bart. (1880) 

Chapman, Very Rev. Henry P., M.A., Christ Church, Oxford; 
curate of St Pancras, London. A Benedictine Monk, (Dom John), and 
Prior of St Thomas' Abbey, Erdington, Birmingham, Warwickshire ; 
author; son of the Venerable Frank Kobert Chapman, M.A., Canon of 
Ely, and Archdeacon of Sudbury. (1890) 



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Chapman, Mrs Adelaide Maria, wife of the Rev. Horace Edward 
Chapman, (1842-1907), M.A., Cantab; daughter of Sir Henry Fletcher, 
third Baronet ; sister of the Rev. Philip Fletcher, M.A., the founder and 
Master of the Guild of Ransom. (1895) 

Chapman, Rev. Horace Edward, (1842-1907), M.A., Downing 
College, Cambridge ; rector of Donhead St Andrew, near Salisbury ; sixth 
son of David Barclay Chapman, of Roehampton, Surrey, by his second 
wife, Maria, daughter of the Rev. Robert Chatfield, M.A., rector of 
Chatteris, Cambridgeshire. (1894) 

Chapman, Miss, a Benedictine nun at St Scholastica's Priory, Fort 
Augustus, N.B. 

Chapman, Miss, daughter of the Rev. Horace Chapman, (1842-1907), 
M.A., Cantab. (1895) 

Chapman, Rev. John, a Priest, formerly Professor of Moral Philosophy 
at Ushaw College, Durham; now in charge of St George, Bell's Close, 
Scotswood-on-Tyne, Northumberland 

Chapman, Rev. J. H., M.A., Pembroke College, Oxford; F.S.A., 
formerly an Anglican curate ; now a barrister. 

Chapman, Mrs, wife of the Rev. J. H. Chapman, M.A., Oxon. 
Charles, Rev. Br. f of the Friars Minor. 

Charles, Henry Edward Audley, of Orgreane House, Lichfield ; 
representative of an old Staffordshire family. (1895) 

f Charles, Rev. John Arthur, a Priest at Torquay, Devonshire. (1850) 

Charleson, Rev. John M. M., M.A., B.D., Edinburgh University; 
late Minister of Thornliebank, Glasgow, N.B. ; Moderator of the Established 
Presbytery of Paisley ; Founder and Secretary of the Glasgow Ecclesio- 
logical Society. A Priest-in-charge at Holy Cross, Croy, Glasgow, N.B. ; 
author of Eainn Macartlion, What Happened at St Michael's, Religion Neiv 
and Old. (1901) 

Charlton, The Very Rev. John, a Redemptorist Priest and Superior 
of St Joseph and the English Martyrs at Bishop's Stortford, Hertford- 
shire. 

t Charlton, Mrs Laura Mary, wife of Captain Edward F. B. Charlton 
of the Royal Navy, son of Dr Edward Charlton, D.C.L. of Newcastle-on- 
Tyne, by Margaret, daughter of Mr Serjeant Bellasis, (1800-1873) ; 
daughter of the Hon. Arthur Strutt, third son of the first Baron Belher. 

Chase, Rev. Charles Rose, (1844-1908), of Wellington College, and 
unattached student at Oxford University; formerly captain in the 21st 
Lancers; then for twenty years vicar of All Saints, Plymouth ; for some 
time member of Council of the English Church Union. A Priest and 
Superior of the Westminster Diocesan Missionaries of Our Lady of 
Compassion at Willesden Green, London, N.W. ; and at Saffron Walden, 
Essex ; youngest son of the late Colonel Morgan Charles Chase, of the 
Madras Light Cavalry. (1900) 



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Chattaway, Rev. Arthur L., a Priest-in- charge of St Joseph's 
Nechells, Birmingham ; Member of the Aston Manor Education Committee 
and of the Catholic Education Council ; Secretary of the Birmingham 
Diocesan Schools Association. 

t Chattaway, Thomas, of Atherstone ; brother of the Rev. Arthur L. 
Chattaway, a Priest. 

Chatter-ton, Lady Henrietta Georgina Maria Lascelles, 

(1806-1876), widow of Sir William Abraham Chatterton, Bart., of Castle 
Mahon, co. Cork ; wife of Edward Heneage Bering, of the Coldstream 
Guards; daughter of the Rev. Lascelles Iremonger, M.A., Prebendary of 
Winchester ; sister of Admiral Lord Gambier, (1756-1833), G.C.B. ; 
miscellaneous writer. (1875) 

Chatto, William J. P., (1831-1882), M.A., Emmanuel College, Cam- 
bridge; built the Catholic Church at Mary Church, near Torquay, Devon- 
shire. (1855) 

Cheeseman, Rev. James Alfred, of the Denominational College, 
York, and the Theological College ; for twenty-seven years a Primitive 
Methodist Minister in several northern and midland towns ; now President 
of the Sacred Heart Conference of St Vincent de Paul's Society of Edin- 
burgh ; son of a Primitive Methodist Minister, who was for five years 
Secretary of that denomination ; four of his brothers are clergymen, one 
being an Anglican vicar. (1907) 

Cheeseman, Mrs, wife of the Rev. James Alfred Cheeseman, Primitive 
Methodist Minister ; her six sons and two daughters. (1907) 

Cheney, Alfred Denton, F.R.H.S. ; M.B.A.A. ; member of the Kent 
ArchEelogical Society ; head of the firm of Messrs. Cheney, Egger and 
Forrester, of London and Cardiff ; son of Dr William Cheney, of Kensing- 
ton, London, W. (1869) 

Chesshire, Miss Laura, daughter of an Anglican clergymaa 

Chetwode, Miss Alice Wilmot, daughter of Edmund and Lady 
Janet Wilmot Chetwode, of Woodbrook, Queen's County, Ireland ; grand- 
daughter of Baron Barton. 

Chetwode, Miss Janet Wilmot, daughter of Edward and Lady 
Janet Wilmot Chetwode. 

Cheyallier-Tayler, Albert, the artist ; member of the Society of Oil 
Painters. 

Chichester, Captain Nugent, (1828-1908), formerly of the 7th 
Dragoon Guards, sometime adjutant of the North Devonshire Yeomanry 
Cavalry, J.P. for Dorsetshire; eldest son of Joseph Chichester-Xagle and 
Lady Henrietta, daughter of the fourth Earl of Portsmouth. (1850) 

Chichester-Nagle, Lady Henrietta, (1798-1880), Lady Henrietta 
Caroline Wallop, daughter of the fourth Earl of Portsmouth ; grand- 
daughter of the Rev. Castell Sherrard, M.A., of Glaston; wife of Joseph 
Chichester-Xagle, of Calverleigh Court, Tiverton, Devonshire ; mother of 
the late Captain Nugent Chichester. (1850) 



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Childe, Mrs, wife of a Devonshire clergyman. 

Childers, Miss, cousin of the Right Hon. Hugh Cull ing Eardley Childers, 
(1827-1896), P.C., M.P., who held several ministerial posts during Mr 
Gladstone's administrations. 

Chirol, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Thomas Alexander A. Chirol, M.A., second 
master of St Chad's College, Denstone, Derbyshire ; mother of Valentine 
Chirol, author and war correspondent, and one of the Foreign News 
editors of TJie Times. 

Chisholm, Major Archibald, (1806-1877), of the East India Com- 
pany's Service. (1850) 

Chisholm, Mrs Caroline, (1808-1877), "the emigrants' friend"; 
authoress ; nee Jones ; opened schools for soldiers' daughters in Madras ; 
opened home for emigrants in Sydney, Australia ; received pension 
from Government ; wife of Major Archibald Chisholm, (1806-1877), of 
the East India Company's Service. (1850) 

Chisholm, Miss, sister of Mrs Gray, wife of Edmund Dyer Gray, M.P., 
(1845-1888) journalist and politician, Lord Mayor of Dublin, and son of 
Sir John Gray, (1816-1875), journalist, M.D., M.P. for Kilkenny, and 
proprietor of The Freeman's Journal. 

t Chisholm, Dr Stewart, Surgeon-Major in the Royal Artillery, and 
Deputy Inspector-General of Army Hospitals ; was present at the Battle 
of Waterloo. 

Chittenden, Dr, of Londoa 

Cholmondeley, Rev. Charles C., (1826-1897), of Rugby School; 
B.A., Balliol College, Oxford ; a Priest and Canon of Shrewsbury, at St 
Werburgh's, Chester ; son of a Rector of Moreton Say, Shropshire ; 
nephew of the Right Rev. Dr Reginald Heber, (1783-1826), Bishop of 
Calcutta and of Richard Heber, (1773-1833), M.A., Oxon, the celebrated 
bibliographer, scholar, and one of the founders of the Athenseum Club. 

(1845) 

t Cholmondeley, Reginald, nephew of Sir Tatton Sykes, fifth 
Baronet ; was murdered in Paris. (1897) 

Christian, Miss Jane, a nun; daughter of the Rev. W. B. Christian, 
M.A., of Milntown, Ramsey, Isle of Man. 

Christie, Mrs, of Stanley Crescent, Netting Hill, London, W. 

Christie, Rev. Albany James, (1817-1891), of King's College, London ; 
scholar, M.A., Queen's College, Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford ; First 
Class in Classics, Second in Mathematics. A Priest of the Society of 
Jesus at The Immaculate Conception, Farm Street, London, W. ; author 
of several religious dramas. (1845) 

Christie, Rev. Henry James, of Eton College; B.A., Christ Church, 
Oxford ; a Priest of the Brompton Oratory, London, SAY. (1885) 



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Christmas, Mrs Annie Madeline, wife of William A. Osborne 
Christmas ; daughter of the Rev. John Hanson Sperling, M.A., (1815-1894), 
formerly Rector of Westbourne, Sussex, by Anna Maria, daughter of Sir 
George Barrow, second Baronet. (1870) 

Christmas, William A. Osborne, Private Chamberlain to Popes 
Leo XIII and Pius X ; officer of the Crown of Siam ; Vice-President of 
the Roman Committee ; eldest son of Captain Thomas Christmas, of the 
8th Hussars ; nephew of William Christmas, M.P. of Whitfield, co. 
Waterford, whose estates he inherited. 

t Church, Rev. Charles, a Priest at Adelaide, U.S.A. 

Church, Miss, sister of the late Rev. Charles Church, a Priest. 

Churchill, Miss, daughter of Major-General Churchill. 

Chute, Captain Thomas, J.P., Camp, co. Kerry, Ireland. (1904) 

Clare, The Countess of, (1792-1879), Elizabeth Julia Georgiana, wife 
of John, second and last Earl of Clare, K.P. ; daughter of Priscilla, Baroness 
Willoughby de Eresby and of Sir Peter Burrell, who became Baron 
Gwydyr. (1839) 

t Clark, Rev. George, a Franciscan Friar ; son of the Rev. Prebendary 
Clark, of Taunton, Somersetshire. (1877) 

Clark, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Prebendary Clark, M.A., of Taunton, 
Somersetshire. (1877) 

Clark, Mrs Emma, wife of the Rev. John Clark, M.A., Precentor of 
Gloucester Cathedral. 

t Clark, Rev. Joseph George, M.A., Magdalen College, Oxford ; a 
Passionist Priest. (1864) 

Clarke, Rev. Albert George, B.A., Trinity College, Dublin ; curate of 
St Mary's, York ; then at Middleton, Leeds. A Priest, till lately 
Missionary Rector at St Joseph's, Havant, Hampshire ; now on sick leave, 
in Sydney, New South Wales ; son of the late Rector of Geashill, King's 
County, Ireland. (1889) 

Clarke, Miss A. M., the authoress who writes under the name of "Ellis 
Schreiber"; sister of the Rev. Richard Frederick Clarke, (1839-1900), a 
Priest of the Society of Jesus. (1871) 

Clarke, Right Rev. Bernard ine Edward Thomas, a Capuchin 
Friar and Vicar- Apostolic of Arabia and Aden. (1872) 

Clarke, Dr Charles Hall, (1815-1865), M.A., Magdalen Hall, Oxford ; 
also studied at the Universities of Paris and Edinburgh ; consulting 
physician to the Bath Mineral Water Hospital, and then first resident 
physician at Stonyhurst College, Blackburn. (1858) 



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Clarke, Mrs, (1813-1890), wife of Dr C. H. Clarke, (1815-1865), daughter 
of Colonel William Clarke ; mother of the Rev. C. Cowley Clarke, a Priest. 

(1858) 

Clarke, Rev. Charles Henry, (1858-1902), B.A., Sidney Su8sex College, 
Cambridge ; assistant-master at the International College, Isleworth ; 
at one time lieutenant in the 8th Middlesex Rifle Volunteers. A Priest 
at SS. Michael and Martin, Hounslow ; and then at SS. Mary and 
Joseph, Poplar, London, E. (1886) 

Clarke, David, solicitor, 

Clarke, Rev. Henry Danvers, (1806-1887), M.A., Exeter College, 
Oxford ; vicar of Iping, Sussex, and Rural Dean ; at one time professor 
at the Catholic University College, Kensington, London, W. (1851) 

Clarke, Miss Isabel, poet and authoress ; daughter of the late Colonel 
F. C. Hannam Clarke, R.A., C.M.G. (1901) 

Clarke, James, librarian of the Hull Library. 

Clarke, Rev. John N. L., B.A., Trinity College, Dublin; curate of St 
John's, East London, Cape Colony, South Africa ; formerly of the 
Missionary College, Dorchester. (1897) 

Clarke, Mrs, wife of the Rev. John N. L. Clarke, B.A. Trinity College, 
Dublin. (1897) 

Clarke, Mrs Lindsay, widow of Dudley Baxter, of Atherstone, 
Warwickshire ; now of Shemming Grange, Birch, Essex. (1904) 

Clarke, Rev. Richard Frederick, (1839-1900), of Merchant Taylors' 
School; M.A., Trinity College, Fellow of St John's College, Oxford; an 
Old Blue, rowed in winning crew at the University Boat Race in 1858 ; 
curate of Farmborough, Somersetshire. A Priest of the Society of Jesus, 
successively Prefect of Philosophers at Stonyhurst College ; Headmaster of 
Wimbledon College; then First Master of Campion Hall, Oxford; author. 

(1869) 

Clarke, The Misses, sisters of the Rev. Richard Clarke, (1839-1900), 
M.A., Oxon. (1871) 

Clarke, Rev. Robert Francis, (1844-1906), a Priest, D.D., of Rome, 
for several years in charge of the Church of St John of Jersulem, Great 
Orrnond Street, London, W.C., then Chaplain at St Veronica's Convent, 
Chiswick, London. W. ; F.L.S. ; author. 

Clarke, Rev. William Robert, B.A., Christ College, Cambridge; 
curate of Bray, near Maidenhead; son of a former Archdeacon of Liver- 
pool. (1898) 

t Clavering, Mrs, wife of Edward Clavering, of Callaly Castle, North- 
umberland, mother of Lady Augusta Lucy Bedingfield, wife of Sir Henry 
Paston Bedingfield, seventh Baronet. 

Clayton, Miss Catherine, a Carmelite nun. 



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Clemence, Henry George, late organist at Oban Cathedral. (1890) 

Clements, Cyril, nephew of the Rev. Gilbert Vincent Bull, Priest-in- 
charge of St Mary's, Louth, Lincolnshire. 

Clements, Henry J., B.A., New College, Oxford. 

Clerk. George Edward, editor of The Montreal Times ; grandson of 
the Eight Hon. Sir George Douglas Clerk, (1787-1867), sixth Baronet, 
M.P., successively Lord of the Admiralty, Under-Secretary for Home 
Affairs and Master of the Mint. 

Clerke, Miss Agnes Mary, (1842-1907), scientific writer ; Hoa Fellow 
of the Astronomical Society; made observations at the Royal Observatory, 
Cape of Good Hope ; travelled to Copenhagen, Stockholm and St Peters- 
burg in the yacht Palatine ; daughter of John William Clerke. 

Clerke, Miss Ellen Mary, daughter of John William Clerke; authoress 
and contributor to The Edinburgh Review. 

t Cliffe, Mrs Amy, wife of the late Anthony John Cliffe, D.L. ; daughter 
of Sir John Howley, Q.C., Serjeant-at-law. (1856) 

t Cliffe, Anthony John, D.L. of Bellevue, co. Wexford, Ireland. (1856) 
t Cliffe, Colonel, son of the late Anthony John Cliffe, D.L. (1856) 

Cliffe, Mrs Josephine, wife of Colonel Cliffe. 

Cliffe, Miss Cecilia, (1834-1863), a Sister of Charity, daughter of the 
late Anthony John Cliffe, D.L. (1856) 

t Cliffe, Charles, son of the late Anthony John Cliffe, D.L. (1857) 

t Cliffe, Captain Edward, son of the late Anthony John Cliffe, D.L. 

(1868) 

Cliffe, Miss Eleanor, a nun; daughter of the late Anthony John 
Cliffe, D.L. (1856) 

t Cliffe, Miss Frances, a Sister of Charity; daughter of the late 
Anthony John Cliffe, D.L. (1856) 

Cliffe, Miss Isabella, daughter of the late Anthony John Cliffe, D.L. 

(1856) 

Cliffe, Miss Marianne, daughter of the late Anthony John Cliffe, 
D.L. (1856) 

Clifford, Miss Catherine, daughter of Captain Robert Clifford, of 
Cam Cottage, Belturbet, co. Cavan, Ireland ; granddaughter of the Rev. 
Thomas Williams, M.A., formerly an Army Chaplain. (1872) 

Clifford, Mrs Catherine, wife of Walter Lovelace Clifford, second son 
of Sir Charles Clifford, first Baronet ; daughter of Edward Bath, of 
Bryn-y-Mor, Swansea, South Wales. (1883) 

Clifford, Rev. Frederick Charles Alfred, M.A., Trinity College, 
Cambridge ; curate oi Elveden, Suffolk. 



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Clifford, Lady Helena, third wife of Sir George Hugh Charles 
Clifford, second Baronet ; daughter of the Rev. J. Dennis. (1891) 

Clifford, The Hon. Lady Josephine Elizabeth, daughter of the 
Rev. Joseph Anstice, M.A. ; wife of Major-General the Hon. Sir Henry 
Hugh Clifford, (1826-1883), K.C.M.G., C.B., V.C., Knight of the Legion 
of Honour ; served successively in South Africa, Crimea, China and 
Zululand, third son of the seventh Baron Clifford of Chudleigh. (1845) 

Clifton, Harry, civil engineer under the Government of India. (1887) 

I Clifton, Colonel John Talbot, of Eton College; B.A., Magdalene 
College, Cambridge ; of Lytham Hall, Lancashire ; brother of the first 
Baron Donington. (1870) 

Clutterbuck, Miss, sister-in-law of Sir John Croker Barrow, (1833- 
1900), third Baronet. (I860) 

Clutterbuck, Mrs Margaret H. G., daughter of the late Richard P. 
Long, M.P., D.L., of Rood Ashton, Wiltshire ; sister of the Right Hon. 
Waiter Long, M.P. ; wife of Colonel Hugh P. Clutterbuck, J.P. for 
Wiltshire. 

t Clutton, Henry, the Architect, of Chislehurst, Kent. 

Clutton, Rev. Henry J., (1849-1909), a Priest. 

Coape-Arnold, Henry Fraser James, M.A., St John's College, 
Cambridge ; only son of James Coape, of Goldhanger, Essex, and of 
Wolvey Hall, Warwickshire. 

Coape-Arnold, Mrs Mary Genevieve, wife of H. F. J. Coape-Arnold, 
M.A., Cantab. ; daughter of the Rev. J. C. Cummings, M.A., late Rector 
of Cheadle, Cheshire ; mother of Cranfield Coape-Arnold. (1887) 

Coats, Stuart Auchincloss, Private Chamberlain to Pope Pius X; 
Member of Committee of Catholic Education Council; a "founder" of 
Westminster Cathedral ; eldest son of Sir James Coats, first Baronet, and 
of Sarah Ann, daughter of John Auchincloss ; grandson of Sir Peter 
Coats, of Auchendrane, Ayrshire, N.B. (1899) 

Cobbold, Henry Chevallier, (1832-1882), of Holywells, Ipswich, 
Suffolk. (1880) 

Cobbold, Mrs, wife of Henry Chevallier Cobbold, (1832-1882) ; daughter 
of the Rev. Henry Patterson, M.A., late Rector of Drinks tone, Suffolk. 

(1880) 

Cochrane, Commander Archibald, R.N., eldest son of Vice- 
Admiral Basil Edward Cochrane, by Cornelia, daughter of Captain J. 
R. Owen, K.N. ; son-in-law of Colonel Alured de Vere Brooke, R.E. 

Cochrane, Lady Catherine Elizabeth, (1821-1868), daughter of 
Thomas, tenth Earl of Dundonald, (1775-1860), a distinguished Admiral, 
and one of the greatest Naval Commanders of any age, an advanced 
Reformer, an eminent scientist and an inventor oi' many discoveries. (1856) 



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Cochrane, Rev. James, a Presbyterian Minister of Cupar, N.B. (1876) 

Codd, Mrs, wife of Canon Codd, M.A., late vicar of Beaminster, Dorset, 
and Rural Dean. (1888) 

t Codd, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Edward Thornton Codd, M.A., vicar of 
Bishop's Tachbrook, Warwickshire. (1877) 

Coddrington, William W., of Wroughton House, Swindon. (1869) 

Coddrington, Mrs, (1827-1909), wife of William W. Coddrington, of 
Swindon. (1869) 

Codrington, Miss Dorothy, daughter of the late Rear- Admiral 
William Codrington, C.B. (1896) 

Codrington, Humphrey William, B.A., New College, Oxford; son 
of the late Rear-Admiral W. Codrington, C.B. (1897) 

Codrington, Lieutenant John Robert Auber, of the Royal Navy, 
younger son of the late Rear- Admiral William Codringtan, C.B. (1896) 

Codrington, Miss Margaret, daughter of the late Rear-Admiral 
W. Codrington, C.B. (1896) 

Codrington, The Hon. Mrs Mary Auber, wife of Rear-Admiral 
William Codrington, C.B. ; daughter of the first Viscountess Hambleden, 
by her first husband Benjamin Auber Leach ; step-daughter of the 
Right Hon. William Henry Smith, (1825-1891), M.P., P.C., leader of the 
House of Commons. (1897) 

Coe, Frank, B.A., St Edmund's Hall, Oxford; of Brooklyn House, 
Roath, Cardiff, South Wales. (1885) 

t Coffin, Rev. A. Edmund, of Harrow School; M.A., Magdalen College, 
Oxford ; curate of East Farleigh, Kent. (1851) 

Coffin, Right Rev. Dr Robert Aston, (1819-1885), of Harrow School; 
M.A., Christ Church, Oxford; vicar of St Mary Magdalen's, Oxford; 
a Redemptorist Priest, for some time Provincial of the Order, and then 
third Bishop of Southwark ; ascetical writer ; brother of the Rev. A. E. 
Coffin, M.A., Oxon. (1845) 

t Coghlan, Major-General, of the Indian Army. (1870) 

Coghlan, Mrs Josephine M., wife of Colonel Charles Coghlan, J.P ; 
daughter of the Rev. T. Kenworthy, M.A., Rector of Ackworth, York- 
shire. 

Coghlan, Rev. Thomas Lloyd, (1804-1873), M.A., Trinity College, 
Dublin ; Senior Rector of Mourne Abbey, co. Cork A Priest. (1851) 

Coghlan, Rev. Thomas Lloyd, (1832-1906), unattached student of 
Oxford University ; curate at Stonehouse. A Priest and Army Chaplain; 
eldest son of the late Rev. T. Lloyd Coghlan, M.A., Dublia (1851) 

t Coghlan, Mrs, wife of the late Rev. T. Lloyd Coghlan, M.A. (1851) 
Coghlan, Miss, daughter of the late Rev. T. Lloyd Coghlan, M.A. (i 



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Coke, Lady Katharine, Lady Katharine Grey Egerton, was Lady- 
in-Waiting for several years to H.R.H. the late Princess Mary Adelaide 
Wilhelmina Elizabeth, Duchess of Teck ; daughter of the second Earl of 
Wilton, G.C.H. ; and wife of the Hon. Henry John Coke, of Longford 
Hall, Brailsford, Derbyshire, son of the first Earl of Leicester. 

Coke, Mrs, wife of Colonel Coke, of Brookhill Hall, Pinxton, Alfreton, 
Nottinghamshire. (1905) 

Colby, Rev. Frederick Clarence Copleston, of King's College, 
London; B.A., Durham University ; curate of St Peter's, Fulham, London, 
S.W. (1899) 

Cole, Rev. Osmer L., late curate of St John's, Sutton-on-Plym, 
Devonshire ; till recently of the Austin Canons Regular at Bodmin, 
Cornwall. (1904) 

Coleman, John, B.A., Worcester College, Oxford. 

Coleman, Rev. John Chrysostom, a Franciscan Friar at St 
Joseph's, Edgecliffe, Sydney, New. South Wales. 

Coleridge, Miss, cousin of the Rev. Henry James Coleridge, (1822-1893), 
a Priest of the Society of Jesus. 

Coleridge, Miss E., a nun ; cousin of the Rev. Henry James Coleridge 
(1822-1893), a Priest of the Society of Jesus. 

Coleridge, Rev. Henry James, (1822-1893), of Eton College; M.A., 
Scholar of Trinity College and Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford ; First 
Class in Classics ; Incumbent of a district church, near Ottery St Mary, 
Devonshire. A Priest of the Society of Jesus at Farm Street, London, 
W. ; ascetical writer ; son of Sir James Taylor Coleridge, (1790-1876), 
Judge of the Court of Queen's Bench ; grand-nephew of Samuel Taylor 
Coleridge, (1772-1834), the poet and philosopher ; brother of Lord 
Coleridge, (1820-1894), Lord Chief Justice of England, who was chief 
counsel for the defendants in the first Tichborne Trial ; brother-in-law of 
the Right Rev. Dr John Fielder Mackarness, (1820-1889), Lord Bishop of 
Oxford. (1852) 

Coley, Francis, son of the Rev. James Coley, M.A., vicar of West 
Hampstead, London, N.W. (1893) 

Col lard, Captain, of Walthamstow, Essex. 

Co! lard, Mrs, wife of Captain Collard. 

Collinge, Miss Winifred F., af Silver-lands, Bowdon, Cheshire. (1905) 

Collingwood, S. Dodgson, B.A., Christ Church, Oxford. (1900) 

Collins, Miss Decima, daughter of Captain Collins, R.N. 

t Collins, Rev. Henry, M.A., Durham University ; curate of St 
George's-in-the-East, London. A Cistercian Monk, formerly chaplain to 
the Convent of Our Lady of Dolours, Wiinborne, Dorset ; author and 
poet. (1857) 



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Collins, H. B., Mu8.Bac., New College, Oxford; Fellow of the Royal 
College of Music ; formerly Organist of St Margaret's, Lym ; now at the 
Italian Church, Hatton Garden, London, E.G. (1898) 

t Collins, Rev. John F. C., M.A., University College, Oxford; curate 
at Birkenhead, Lancashire. (1851) 

Collins, John Stratford, B.A., St John's College, Cambridge; son of 
Colonel John S. Collins. (1904) 

Collins, Miss Lota, of Cadogan Square, London, S.W. (1904) 

t Collins, Rev. Thomas, B.A., Cantab ; curate of St Veep, Cornwall. 

(1857) 

Collis, Very Rev. William, (1832-1893), a Priest and Canon of North- 
ampton diocese at St George the Martyr, Shefford, Bedfordshire. 

t Collyns, Rev. Charles Henry, B.A., Christ Church, Oxford ; 
curate of St Mary Magdalen's, Oxford. (1845) 

Colman, Very Rev. Prior Eurico, of the Discalced Carmelites at 
Naples ; son of an East Anglian Rector. (1876) 

t Colpman, Rev. Henry Charles, a Priest, for thirty-seven years at 
Our Lady and St Charles Borromeo, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire (1854) 

Colt hurst, Colonel David La Touche, (1828-1907), of Bournemouth, 
Hampshire ; served with the 17th Regt. in the Crimea campaign, includ- 
ing the siege of Sebastopol and the assault on the Redan ; formerly M.P. 
for co. Cork ; son of Sir Nicholas Conway Colthurst, fourth Baronet ; he 
married Frances, daughter of William Douglas Dick, (1802-1872), M.A., 
Oxon, of Pitkerro, N.B. (1878) 

t Colthurst, Robert, son of Sir Nicholas Conway Colthurst, fourth 
Baronet, of Ardrum, co. Cork 

Comberbach, Rev. Charles, (1801-1891), a Priest, at one time chaplain 
to the last Lady Holland, and then in charge of St Anne's, Chertsey, 
Surrey ; son of an Army Officer. (1821) 

t Comberbach, Robert, brother of the Rev. Charles Comberbach, 
(1801-1891), a Priest ; and family. (1830) 

Conder, Rev. Rene F. R., B.A., Oxon ; curate of St George's, Botolph 
Lane, London, E.G. ; Librarian to the Marquess of Bute. (1887) 

Conder, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Rene F. R. Conder, B.A., Oxon ; daughter 
of the late Robert Machonachie of Gattonside, Melrose, N.B. (1887) 

Conron, IVIrs Evelyn, wife of Stanislaus Conron, of Wiltsfort, Horn- 
church, Essex. (1909) 

Consett, IVIrs Harriet Georgian a Edith, eldest daughter of 
Lord Charles Lennox Kerr, son of the sixth Marquess of Lothian, K.T. ; 
and her ten children among whom is Commander Montague Consett, R.N. 



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Consett, William Warcop Peter, B.A., Oriel College, Oxford; of 




Yorkshire ; son of the Rev. John D'Arcy Jervis Preston, M. A., of Askham 
Bryan Hall, Yorkshire. 

Considine, HefFernan, (1816-1895), B.A., Trinity College, Cambridge ; 
D.L. ; J.P. ; of Derk, co. Limerick, Ireland ; eldest son of Heffernan 
Considine by Elizabeth Patten ; he married Miss MacMahon, of Firgrove, 
co. Clare ; father of Sir Heffernan J. F. Considine, C.B., M.V.O., D.L., 
Deputy- Inspector-General of the Royal Irish Constabulary ; and of the 
Rev. Daniel Considine, a Priest of the Society of Jesus and Rector of 
Wimbledon College, London, S.W. ; father-in-law of the late Lieutenant- 
Colonel William McCarthy-O'Leary, South Lancashire Regiment, of 
Coomlagane, co. Cork, who was killed in the last South African War, and 
to whom a statue has been erected in Warrington, Lancashire ; grand- 
father of Captain John McCarthy-O'Leary, South Lancashire Regi- 
ment and of Lieutenant Henry William Denis McCarthy-O'Leary, of the 
Royal Irish Fusiliers. (1858) 

Considine, Count James, (1824-1907), educated in France and at the 
University of Heidelberg ; of the British Consular Service ; younger 
brother of Heffernan Considine, (1816-1895), J.P., D.L., of Derk, co. 
Limerick, Ireland ; his title was a Roman one. (1880) 

Constable-Maxwell, The Hon. Mrs Mary, (1814 1884), wife of 
the Hon. Marrnaduke Constable-Maxwell, brother of the thirteenth Baron 
Herries ; daughter of the Rev. Anthony Marden, M.A., of Gargrave. (1840) 

Con way, Miss, daughter of an Anglican clergyman. 

Conyers, Miss, formerly Superioress of St Agnes' Home, Torquay; 
daughter of an Anglican Rector. 

Cook, Alfred John, of the Royal Army Medical Corps. (1899) 

Cook, Mrs Austin, of Bamford Grange, Adswood. (1874) 

Cook, Miss, of St James' Square, Xotting Hill, London, W. 

Cook, Miss Caroline, a nun. 

Cook, Miss Frances, a Carmelite nun. 

Cook, J. A., barrister. 

t Cook, Rev. William Wishaw, a Priest (Oblate of St Charles), at 
St Charles' College, St Charles' Square, London, W. (1864) 

Cooke, Rev. Osmund, a Passionist Priest, late of Paris. 

Cooke, Mrs Rose, .wife of the Rev. W. A. Cooke, M.A., Oxon; nee 
Brown ; and family. (1894) 

Cooke, Rev. William Albert, M.A., Worcester College, Oxford; 
Incumbent of St Mary's, Cuddington, Worcester Park, London, S.W. 

(1894) 



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Cookesley, Dr John, of London. 

Cooksey, Charles, J.P. for Southamptoa (1888) 

Cooksey, Mrs, wife of Charles Cooksey, J.P. ; daughter of J. Sopor, J.P., 
formerly Mayor of Basingstoke, Hampshire. (1888) 

Cooksey, Rev. Charles, a Priest of the Society of Jesus in British 
Guiana ; late editor of The Catholic Standard of that Colony ; son of 
Charles Cooksey, J.P. of Southampton. (1888) 

Cooksey, Rev. Walter, a Priest, till lately at St Mary Magdalen's, 
Brighton, Sussex ; then at South wark Cathedral ; now at St Joseph's, 
Bromley, Kent ; son of Charles Cooksey, J.P. of Southampton. (1888) 

Combes, Arthur, B.A., Oriel College, Oxford 

t Coombes, Rev. Henry, M.A., Fellow of St John's College, Oxford; 
curate of St Saviour's, Leeds. (1851) 

Coombs, Captain Arthur V. L., M.A., Oriel College; Private 
Chamberlain to Popes Pius IX and Leo XIII. 

t Coope, Rev. Henry George, M.A., Christ Church, Oxford ; curate 
of Bucknell. ( 1845 ) 

Cooper, Charles David, B.A., University College, Oxford. (1890) 

Cooper, John, surgeon. 
Cooper, Mrs, wife of John Cooper. 
Cooper, Mrs, wife of Colonel Moore Cooper. 

t Cooper, Mrs Moss, sister of John Walter, (1776-1847), M.P. for 
Nottingham, chief proprietor of The Times. 

Cooper, Miss, the novelist who writes in conjunction with Miss Bradley 
under the nom de guerre of " Michael Field ". 

Cooper, Thompson, (1833-1904), journalist and author ; F.S.A., of 
The Times staff ; son of Charles Henry Cooper, solicitor, and Town Clerk 
of Cambridge. 

t Cooper, Mrs, wife of Thompson Cooper, (1833-1904), journalist. 
Cooper, William, surgeon. 
Cooper, Mrs, wife of William Cooper. 

Cooper, Mrs, now of Rome, widow of Captain Bernard Cooper, R.N. ; 
a relative of General Robert E. Lee, and mother of the Marchesa Patrigi, 
of Rome. 

Coore, George Barnard Milbank, of Bath College; B.A., Scholar of 
Corpus Christi College, Oxford ; barrister ; son of Henry Foster Coore, 
J.P., D.L. of Scrutton Hall, Yorkshire, by Augusta Caroline, daughter of 
Mark Milbank, of Thorp Perow; and a relative of the last Duke of 
Cleveland ; son-in-law of His Excellency Burkhardt von Schmeling, 
Lieutenant-General Prussian Army. 



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Cope, Sir Anthony, thirteenth Baronet, of Bramshill Park, Winchfield, 
Hampshire ; formerly Lieutenant-Colonel of the Rifle Brigade, serving in 
the Ashantee War ; son of the Rev. Sir William Henry Cope, 12th Baronet. 

Cope, Antony Fryar, of Woodford, Essex. 

Cope, James Canby Biddle, M.A., Worcester College, Oxford; 
received the title of Marquis from Pope Leo XIII; author. (1882) 

Cope, Lady Mary Leckonby, wife of Sir Anthony Cope, thirteenth 
Baronet ; daughter of John Lewis Phipps, of Leighton, Wiltshire ; widow 
of the Rev. Henry Tudway, an Anglican clergyman. 

Cope, Miss, daughter of the Rev. Sir William Henry Cope, M.A., twelfth 
Baronet. 

t Copeland, Dr, of Cheltenham. 
Copeland, Mrs, wife of Dr Copeland. 

Copus, Rev. John Edwin, a Priest of the Society of Jesus in the 
Missouri Province of the U.S.A.; author; he was born and educated at 
Guildford, Surrey. (1876) 

Corbett, The Hon. Mrs Mabel Beatrix, (1870-1899), Hon. Mabel 
Sturt ; daughter of the first Baron Alington ; sister of Viscountess 
Chelsea ; granddaughter of the third Earl of Lucan ; wife of Sir Vincent 
Edwin Henry Corbett, K.C.V.O. (1891) 

Corbett, Sir Vincent Edwin Henry, of Wellington College; M.A., 
Trinity College, Cambridge ; K.C.V.O., for four years financial adviser to 
H.H. the Khedive of Egypt ; at one time Secretary to the British 
Legation at Athens ; now British Minister at Caracas, Venezuela, South 
America ; son of Edwin Corbett, sometime British Envoy to Norway and 
Sweden. (1886) 

Corbyn, Rev. Henry Fisher, M. A., Jesus College, Cambridge ; formerly 
Senior Church of England Chaplain to the Forces in India. (1881) 

Corke, Benjamin S., solicitor, of Cheltenham, late of Brigg. (1896) 

Cor mack, Rev. James Ross, of Edinburgh University ; successively 
curate of St James, Cupar-Fife, N.B.; Kirby-Misperton, Pickering, Yorks.; 
Kirkcaldy, N.B. ; then Priest-in-charge of St Clement's Mission, Aber- 
deen, N.B. (1910) 

Cornes, Rev. John Allen, a Priest in the Archdiocese of Adelaide, 
South Australia. (1883) 




, 

Makepeace Thackeray, (1811-1863), the novelist ; mother of Mrs Reginald 
Balfour. (1903) 



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Cornthwaite, William Walter, of Castle Villa, Kendal, Westmore 
land 

Corrance, Rev. Henry Clemence, B.A., Christ Church, Oxford; 
rector of West Bergholt, Essex ; author; son of the Rev. Charles T. 
Corrance, J.P., vicar of Parham-with-Hacheston, Suffolk. (1898) 

Cory, Mrs, wife of the Rev. William Johnson Cory, M.A., master at Eton 
College, and author. (1887) 

Costelloe, Mrs Wallace, of Borriskane, Parsonstown, co. Tipperary, 
Ireland. (1888) 

Gotten ham, The Countess of, Theodosia Selina Dallas, wife of the 
third Earl of Cottenham ; only daughter of Sir Robert Charles Dallas, 
second Baronet; granddaughter of Lord Ellenborough, (1750-1818), Lord 
Chief Justice of England. (1895) 

Cotton, Lady, wife of Admiral Cotton. (1898) 

t Cotton, Miss, daughter of the Rev. Richard Lynch Cotton, D.D., (1794- 
1880), Provost of Worcester College, Oxford ; niece of the Rev. Edward 
Bouverie Pusey, (1800-1882), Professor of Hebrew and Canon of Christ 
Church, Oxford. (1853) 

Cotton, Charles B., of St Sunivra's, Great Malvern. (1889) 

Cotton, Major Walter, of the Royal Artillery. (1891) 

t Counsellor, Dr Richard Francis, of Whalley, Lancashire. 

Coupe, Mrs, mother of the Rev. Charles Coupe, M.A., with Honours in 
Classics, London University, a Priest of the Society of Jesus at the Church 
of the Sacred Heart, Bournemouth, Hants., author, and a much appreciated 
preacher and lecturer. 

Courtauld, George, junr., M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge. 

t Courtayne, Henry de Villiers, B.A., Trinity College, Dublin ; 
of Killarney, co. Kerry, Ireland. (I860) 

+ Court nay, Admiral George. 

Courtney, Miss, sister of a former Anglican Bishop of Jamaica. 
t Courtney, Thomas, M.A., Cantab. 

Coventry, Lady Alexina, (1851-1882), daughter of the fifth Earl of 
Fife, K.T. ; sister of Alexander William George Duff, first Duke of Fife, 
K.G., and sister-in-law of H.R.H. Princess Louise Victoria Dagmar, 
Princess Royal of Great Britain and Ireland ; wife of Henry Aubrey 
Coventry, son of the Hon. Henry Amelius Coventry, son of the eighth 
Earl of Coventry ; granddaughter of the seventeenth Earl of ErrolL 

(1879) 

Coventry, Mrs Catherine, (1818-1901), daughter of Colonel Seton, 
of Brookheath, Hampshire ; wife of the Rev. John Coventry, M.A., anp 
family. (1875) 



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Coventry, Mrs Ella Gordon, wife of Bernard Coventry, Principal of 
the Agricultural College, Poona, India, son of the Kev. John Coventry, 
(1819-1897) ; daughter of Edward Dalgleish, of Dalsing Serai, Tirhoot, 
Bengal. (1906) 

Coventry, Rev. John, (1819-1897), M.A., Magdalen Hall, Oxford; 
Rector of Tywardreath, Cornwall ; son of John Coventry, of Burgate 
House, Hampshire ; grandson of the sixth Earl of Coventry ; founder of 
the Catholic Mission, (Our Lady of Seven Dolours) at Fordingbridge, 
Hampshire ; father of John Coventry, J.P., and of the Very Rev. 
Alexander Moray Alphonsus Coventry, Commissary-General, and Prior of 
Our Lady of Seven Dolours, Bognor, Sussex. (1857) 

Coventry, Mrs Maud, wife of Francis Coventry, son of the Rev. John 
Coventry, (1819-1897) ; daughter of Colonel Henry Hill, of Bahar, India. 

(1909) 

Coward, Walter Scott, B.A., Trinity Hall, Cambridge ; for twenty- 
seven years H.M. Inspector of Schools ; subsequently Inspector of Training 
Colleges, and Chief Inspector in the North Western Division. 

Cowell, Edward, a Baptist, brother of the Rev. H. H. C. Cowell, 
(1846-1895), a Priest of the Society of Jesus. (1863) 

Cowell, Rev. Henry Hugh Church, (1846-1895), a Baptist; a 
Priest of the Society of Jesus at St Joseph's, Bedford Leigh, Manchester. 

(1864) 

Cowell, John, a Baptist, brother of the Rev. Henry Cowell, (1846-1895), 
a Priest of the Society of Jesus. (1863) 

Cowell, Joseph, a Baptist, brother of the Rev. Henry Cowell, (1846-1895), 
a Priest of the Society of Jesus. (1863) 

Cowley, Rev. Alban, (1828-1892), a Passionist Priest at St Joseph's 

Retreat, Ilighgate, London, N. 

Cox, A. J., collector of His Majesty's Inland Revenue for East Anglia. 

(1899) 

t Cox, Rev. Charles, B.A., Exeter College, Oxford ; curate of Allerton, 
Somersetshire. (1846) 

t Cox, Captain John Pope, of the 1st Royal Surrey Militia. 

t Cox, Richard, of Carrickpatrick, co. Limerick, Ireland. (1846) 

Coxon, Miss Atwell, of Hong Kong. 

t Coxon, Mrs Fanny, wife of Michael Agnew Coxon, of the Bombay 
Civil Service ; daughter of Sir George William Anderson, (1791-1857), 
K.C.B., successively Governor of Bombay, Mauritius and Ceylon ; mother 
of Commander Lionel H. St Croix Coxon, R.N. 

Cracroft-Amcotts, Mrs, wife of Colonel Weston Cracroft-Amcotts, 
M.P. of Hackthorn Hall, Lincolnshire ; mother of Edward Weston 
Cracroft, J.P., and at one time High Sheriff of Lincolnshire. 



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Craig, J. Young. 

Craig, Mrs, wife of J. Young Craig ; and three sonsi 

Craig, William Young, of Milton House, Alsger, Cheshire ; J.P. for 
counties Cheshire and Stafford ; formerly M.P. for North Staffordshire. 

(1891) 

Craigie, Mrs Pearl Mary Teresa, (1867-1906), "John Oliver Hobbes" 
the well-known novelist and playwright ; contributor to The Times, The 
Fortnightly Review, The Anglo-Saxon Review, and The North- American 
Review; eldest daughter of John Morgan Richards; granddaughter of 
the Rev. James Richards, D.D., of New York, and of Laura Hortense 
Arnold, granddaughter of the Hon. Peter Spearwater, who represented 
Shelbourne in the Colonial 'Parliament at Halifax ; wife of Reginald 
Walpole Craigie, grandson of Colonel John Craigie, Bengal Military 
Board, and of the Rev. Edwin Hatch, M.A., Rector of Walton. (1892) 

Craigie-Halkett, Mrs, of Cramond, Midlothian, N.B. ; wife of John 
Craigie-Halkett of Cramond; daughter of the late Duncan Davidson of 
Tulloch ; and three daughters. 

t Craven, Augustus, private Secretary to Lord Palmerston, (1784- 
1865), then successively attache of Leghorn, Paris and Brussels ; charge 
d'affaires at Darmstadt ; translated Lord Bulwer and Evelyn Ashley's 
Life of Palmerston into French, and at the request of Queen Victoria 
made an abridged translation into the same language of the Life of 
the Prince Consort ; son of the Hon. Richard Keppel Craven, (1779-1851), 
youngest son of Lord Craven by Lady Elizabeth Berkeley, afterwards 
Margravine of Brandenburg, Anspach and Baireutte. 

Craven, Lady Mary Catherine, (1837-1891), daughter of the fourth 
Earl of Hardwicke, Lord Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire, and succesively 
Postmaster-General and Lord Privy Seal ; granddaughter of the first 
Baron Ravensworth ; wife of Captain William George Craven. (ls;5\ 

Craven, Mrs Pauline Maria Armande Aglae, (1808-1891), wife of 
Augustus Craven ; authoress ; daughter of Comte Auguste Marie de la 
Ferronays, a French Huguenot ; her chief work was Recit d'une Swur. 

Crawford, Francis Marion, (1854-1909), of St Paul's School, U.S.A. ; 
M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge ; Roman University ; journalist, 
novelist, and playwright; son of Thomas Crawford, (1814-1857), the 
American sculptor, who settled in Rome ; son-in-law of General Hiram 
Berdan, of the United States Army. (1880) 

t Crawford, Mervyn, M.A., M.D., LL.D., Trinity College, Cambridge. 

(1850) 

Crawford, Mrs, wife of the above ; and family. (1850) 

Crawford, Mrs Virginia Mary, journalist and essayist; daughter of 
Thomas Eustace Smith, M.P., of Gosforth Park, Newcastle- on-Tyne ; a 
most active member of the Catholic Guardian's Association and an 
untiring worker in the cause of Poor Law Reform, author of Ideals of 
(Inn-it >j, etc. (1889) 



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Crawley, Rev. George John Lloyd, (1820-1874), M.A., Christ Church, 
Oxford ; curate of St Saviour's, Leeds ; a priest, (Oblate of Mary 
Immaculate), at St Mary's, Leeds, Yorkshire. (1851) 

Crawshay, Mrs William Thomas, of Glamorganshire ; daughter of 
Colonel Woods, of Llandaff ; granddaughter of William Crawshay, at one 
time High Sheriff of Glamorganshire. (1896) 

Crewe, The Hon. Henrietta Hungerfbrd Offley, (1808-1879), 
daughter of John, second Baron Crewe; a great benefactress to several 
Catholic Missions. (1842) 

t Crichton-Kinmond, Mrs Marian Teresa, wife of the late 
James Crichton-Kinmond, of Sunnycroft, Leamington Spa, War- 
wickshire, and of Cardney, Dunkeld, N.B. ; she founded the Convent 
of the Sisters of Marie Reparatrice in Edinburgh as a thank-offering for 
her conversion. (1899) 

Crichton-Stuart, Patrick James, of Eton College; formerly 
lieutenant in the Grenadier Guards; D.L. for Buteshire, N.B. ; son of 
Lieutenant-Colonel James Frederick Dudley Crichton-Stuart, (1824-1891), 
M.P. for Cardiff, by Gertrude Frances, daughter of the Eight Hon. Sir 
George Hamilton Seymour, G.C.B., (1797-1880), the diplomatist; great- 
grandson of the first Marquess of Bute, K.T. (1884) 

t Crispin, Admiral. 

t Crispin, Mrs, wife of Admiral Crispin. 

Crispin, Miss Alberta, daughter of the late Admiral Crispin; godchild 
of Queen Victoria. 

Crispin, Rev. Neil, (1828-1880), a Priest at St Mary Magdalen's 
Brighton, Sussex ; son of the late General Crispin. 

Crispin, Miss Sarah, daughter of Captain Benjamin Crispin, R.N. 
Crispin, Miss Victoria, daughter of the late Admiral Crispin. 
t Crispin, General, brother of the late Admiral Crispin. 

Croft, Lieutenant-Colonel James Henry Herbert, formerly of 
the Kings' s Rifles and Staff-Paymaster, A.P.D. ; served in the Royal Navy 
as Midshipman, (1854-7), including service with the Baltic Fleet during 
the Russian War. (1894) 

Crofton, Morgan William, M.A., Trinity College, Dublin; D.Sc., 
F.R.S. ; late Fellow of the Royal University of Ireland ; successively 
Professor at the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, Queen's College, 
Galway, and at the Catholic University College, Dublin ; author of 
scientific and philosophical essays ; son of Rev. William Crofton, M.A., 
Rector of Skreene, co. Sligo, by Melesina, daughter of the Rev. Henry 
Woodward ; father of the Rev. William Crofton, of Stonyhurst 
College, M.A. (first on list, and Mathematical Honours), London 
University, a Priest of the Society of Jesus, and Rector of St Aloysius' 
College, Glasgow, N.B. 



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Croker, Arthur Charles, formerly lieutenant of the 77th Regt. ; son 
of Colonel Croker, and cousin of the third Earl of Listowel, K.P. (1858) 

Cross, Miss Alice, superintendent of the Evelina Hospital for children, 
Southwark Bridge Road, London, S.E. 

Cross, Rev. Henry M'lntosh, B.A., Scholar of Pembroke College, 
Oxford; curate of Lenton, Northampton; curate-in- charge of Arkley, 
Barnet, Middlesex ; and then chaplain and Form Master at Eastbourne 
College. (1896) 

Crosse, Rev. Herbert L. Aloysius, of Winchester College ; formerly 
a solicitor, of Wigmore Street, London, W. ; a Dominican Friar, 
till lately at St Peter's Priory, Hinckley, Leicestershire; then at The 
Immaculate Conception, Stroud, Gloucestershire. (1882) 

Crosse, Miss Phyllis, daughter of A. W. Crosse, of Newton Court, 
Sunbury-on-Thames. (1905) 

Crosse, Miss Mary Eliza, now wife of Signor Mortarotti, Italian Army. 

(1888) 

Crowe, Lieutenant-Colonel John Henry Verinder, R.A., of 

Charterhouse School; R.M.A., Woolwich and Staff College; Private 
Secretary to the Governor of the Punjab, (1892-7), D.A.Q.M.G., In- 
telligence Department, War Office, (1899-1902) ; Chief Instructor in 
Military Topography, Military History and Tactics at the R.M. Academy, 
Woolwich, (1904-8) ; now Commandant of the Royal Military College, 
Kingston, Canada ; Knight Commander of the Danebrog, (Denmark) ; 
Order of Merit, (Spain) ; Officer of the Order of St Bente, (Portugal); 
author. 

Crowther, Rev. Thomas A., (1820-1898), Mus.Doc. ; a Priest, formerly 
Military Chaplain in China and India, then in charge of St Winefrid's, 
Welshpool, Montgomeryshire, and finally chaplain at St Joseph's College, 
Dumfries, N.B. (1849) 

Croxton, Miss, daughter of Captain Croxton, of Landels, Carmarthen- 
shire ; late of Oswestry. 

Cruikshank, Rev. Alexander Patrick John, (1830-1900), of Rugby 
School; a Priest, D.D., of Rome; for some time Vice-Rector of the Collegio 
Pio, Rome ; then a Cistercian Monk at St Bernard's Abbey, Leicestershire ; 
author. (1850) 

Cruse, David Arthur, M.A., Exeter College, Oxford. 

Cruse, David Augustus, M.A., Ushaw College, the Leeds Grammar 
School, and University College, Oxford ; president of the Leeds Catholic 
Federation; in the foundation of this body in September, 1906, he took a 
leading part. Governor of two Catholic secondary schools in Leeds ; 
member of the Leeds Diocesan Association of Managers and of the 
Catholic Education Council ; spoke on behalf of the Leeds Catholic 
deputation to Mr Birrell on the Education Question in March, 1906, on 
behalf of the Catholics in the Dioceses of Leeds and Middlesborough in 
the Deputation to Lord Lansdowne in November, 1906. 



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Cubitt, Mrs Charlotte Anne, wife of the late Captain Charles Lewis 
Cubitt, of the 26th Cameronians ; a cousin of the first Baron Ashcombe ; 
second daughter of K. W. Kinnard, sometime M.P. for Newport, Isle of 
Wight. 

Cuffe, Captain, of Connaught, Ireland. 

Cuffe, John Otway, of St Albans, co. Kilkenny, and of Grange, Queen's 
County, Ireland ; grandson of the last Earl of Harborough. 

Culley, George Christopher Bolton, fourth son of the late Matthew 
Tewart Culley, M.A., University College, Oxford, J.P., of Coupland 
Castle, Northumberland, by Harriet Mary Jane, daughter of the Rev. 
Thomas Knight, M.A., J.P., rector of Ford. (1894) 

Culley, Rev. Matthew, educated at Wiesbaden, Munich and Oscott 
College ; a Priest at Coupland Castle, Northumberland ; J.P. for the same 
county ; Lord of the Manor of Akeld ; eldest son of Matthew Tewart 
Culley, M.A., Oxon., J.P. of Coupland Castle, Northumberland, by Harriet, 
daughter of the Rev. Thomas Knight, M.A., J.P., rector of Ford. (1879) 

Cullin, Mrs, wife of J. R. Cullin, of Warwick Gardens, Kensington, 
London, W. 

Cumberland, James Bentinck, son of Major-General William 
Bentinck Cumberland, R.A., late of the Bengal Army. (1894) 

t Cumberlege, Rev. Arthur B., B.A., Trinity College, Cambridge; 
curate at Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire. A Priest of the Brompton 
Oratory, London, S.W. (1857) 

Cum ing, Gordon, tutor to the son of Prince Doria of Rome. 

Cu mm ings, Rev. Walter, a Priest of the Society of Jesus at StAloysius', 

Oxford. 

Cundali, Mrs Elizabeth Ellen, daughter of the Rev. Sayer Stone 
Warmoll, M.A., rector of Sotterby, Suffolk; sister of the late Rev. 
Francis James Warmoll, a Priest at Our Lady of Seven Dolours, 
Stowmarket, Suffolk, and of the Very Rev. John Priestley Warmoll, 
(1830-1885), B.A., Oxon, a Priest and Provost of Northampton. 

Cundali, Mrs Emily, of St Helen's, Chingford, Essex. 

Cundy, Spon Alphonsus, son of the late Samuel Cundy. (1890) 

Cundy, Charlotte Mary, wife of the above. (1890) 

Cuninghame, Captain, of the Guards; son of the late George 
Wenceslaus Cuninghame. (1865) 

t Cuninghame, George Wenceslaus. 

Cuninghame, Mrs, wife of George Wenceslaus Cuninghame. (1865) 

Cuninghame, Miss Margaret Mary, sister of George Wenceslaus 
Cuninghame. (1865) 



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Cuninghame, William, son of George Wenceslaus Cuninghame. (1865) 
Cunliffe, Henry J., M.A., Exeter College, Oxford. 

Cunningham, Rev. A. H., of Kensington Grammar School; King's 
College, London; B.A., Queen's College, Oxford: curate of Minehead, 
Somersetshire. (1900) 

Cunningham, Rev. James Charles, B.A., Cantab; formerly an 
Anglican clergyman. 

Cunningham, R. B. D., J.P. of Hensol, N.B. 

Cunning-ton, Miss L. A., the authoress. (1900) 

Cunynghame, Miss, formerly of the Anglican Sisterhood at Wantage ; 
a nun. ( 1880 ) 

Curling, Mrs, wife of Admiral Curling. 

Curran, Mrs, wife of James Curran, a Quaker ; of Dublin. 

Currey, Mrs E. E., of Milton House, Swindon, Wiltshire. (1900) 

Currie, Andrew, the sculptor. 

Currie, Mrs Caroline Louisa, (1837-1002), youngest child of Sir 
W. L. Young, fourth Baronet ; wife of William Bertram Wodehouse Currie, 
(1827-1896) ; author of Sidelights of the Oxford Movement. (1858) 

Currie, William Bertram Wodehouse, (1827-1896), of Eton 
College ; Banker : President of the City of London Liberal Association ; 
son of Raikes Currie, M.P. of Minley Manor, Farnborough, Hampshire ; 
grandson of the second Baron Wodehouse ; brother of Lord Currie, P.C., 
at one time British Ambassador at Rome. (1895) 

Currie, Mrs, formerly of the Convent of Mercy, Great Ormond Street, 
London, W.C (1888) 

Currie, Miss Florence, a nun ; daughter of Mrs Currie. (1888) 

Currrie, The Hon. Ellen M, daughter of the first Baron Currie, 
P.C., formerly British Ambassador at Rome. (1899) 

Curtis, Admiral Sir Lucius, (1778-1869), second Baronet of Gat- 
combe, Hampshire ; K.C.B. ; a naval officer for nearly seventy-four years. 

(1849) 

Curtis, Lady, (1796-1854), wife of Admiral Sir Lucius Curtis, (1778-1869), 
second Baronet. (1848) 

Curtis, Robert L., J.P., at one time Mayor of West Ham, London, E. ; 
Lord of the Manor of Vange, Essex. 

Curtis, Miss, daughter of Robert L. Curtis, J.P. 

t Curzon, Mrs, daughter of Ince and Lady Emma Anderton ; wife of 
Colonel George A. Curzon. 



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Curzon, Major Nathaniel William, (1871-1899), of the 10th 
Hussars ; only son of Kobert Curzon of Alvaston, Derbyshire, and of 
Mrs Hibbert of Ashby St Ledgers, Northamptonshire. (1899) 

Curzon- Ho we, Lady Edith Cecilia, daughter of Lieutenant-General 
the third Earl Howe, C.B., who served in the Indian Mutiny and the 
Kaffir War, at one time A.D.C. to H.R.H. the Duke of Cambridge ; grand- 
daughter of Major-General George Anson, (1797-1857), M.P., who served 
with the 3rd Guards at Waterloo, second son of Admiral of the Fleet 
Viscount Anson, (1697-1762), who was first Lord of the Admiralty. (1892) 

Cusack, Mrs Veronica, wife of James Cusack, LL.D. of Kichmond 
Hill, London, S.W. ; daughter of the Rev. Albert Sidney Labouchere- 
Sparling, (1838-1906), rector of Trevalga, Cornwall (1895) 



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D'ALBANIE, Countess Alice, (1835-1881), Lady Alice Mary Emily Hay, 
daughter of the seventeenth Ear] of Erroll, K.T., Lord High Steward, and of 
Lady Elizabeth Fitz-clarence, sister of the first Earl of Munster ; wife of 
Count Edward Stuart d'Albanie, a descendant of Prince Charles Edward 
Stuart, the Young Pretender. (1868) 

Dalbiac, Lieutenant-General Sir James Charles, (1776-1848), 
K.C.H., fought at Talavera and Salamanca ; commanded the Goojerat 
district of the Bombay Army ; M.P. for Ripon. (1843) 

t Dalbiac, Lady, wife of General Sir James Dalbiac, (1776-1848) K.C.H., 

(1843) 

Dale, Rev. J. D. Hilarius, (1822-1908), M.A., Oriel College, Oxford; 
curate of Erome Selwood, Somersetshire ; a Priest, for some time in 
charge of St John's, Brentford, Middlesex ; author. (1846) 

Dalgairns, Rev. John Dobree Bernard, (1818-1876), M.A., Exeter 
College, Oxford ; a Priest of the Brompton Oratory, of which he was 
for some time Superior ; author of several mystical and metaphysical 
works ; son of William Dalgairns, an officer of Fusiliers, who did gallant 
service in the Peninsular War. (1845) 

Dalrymple, Sir Walter Layard Hamilton, eighth Baronet; J.P. 
and D.L. for Haddingtonshire, N.B. ; son-in-law of Major-General Sir 
Henry Hugh Clifford, (1826-1883), K.C.M.G., C.B., V.C., third son of the 
seventh Baron Clifford of Chudleigh. (1882) 

Dalton, Mrs Mabel Selina M., wife of the Rev. H. A. Dalton, MA., 
late Headmaster of Felsted School, Essex, now Headmaster of Harrison 
College, Barbados ; daughter of Captain Charles Simeon by Sarah, 
daughter of P. Williams, Q.C., and niece of Sir John Barrington Simeon, 
(1815-1870), third Baronet, M.P. for Isle of Wight ; and her four children; 
authoress. (1897) 

Daly, Mrs Dominic, wife of a former Governor of Borneo. (1878) 

t Daly, The Hon. Mrs, only daughter of the second Baron Heytesbury. 

(1869) 
Dalziel, Mrs, wife of Captain DalzieL 



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Dance, Rev. Henry Anderson, (1824-1908), B.A., Queen's College, 
Oxford ; an Anglican clergyman ; at one time professor of English 
Literature at the Jesuit College, Santa Clara, California, U.S.A. (1865) 

d'Anethan, Baroness, wife of the Belgian Minister to Japan ; 
daughter of William Meybohm Rider Haggard, of Bradenham Hall, 
Norfolk, by Marianna Louisa, daughter of Major Margitson, of Ditching- 
ham, Norfolk ; sister of Henry Rider Haggard, the author and poet, and 
of Major Edward Arthur Haggard who took part in the late South 
African War. (1900) 

Daniel, Ivor, of Holmwood, Anfield, Liverpool. (1901) 

Daniell, Rev. E. M., of Harrow School ; formerly an artist ; a Priest- 
in-charge of St Anselm and St Cecilia, Kingsway, Lincoln-Inn-Fields, 
London, E.G. (1883) 

Daniell, Robert, B.A., Trinity College, Dublin; J.P., of New Forest, 
Tyrellspass, co. Westmeath, Ireland. 

Daniels, Rev. Argustine, B.A., King's College, Cambridge; formerly 
an Anglican curate ; a Benedictine Monk. 

d'Arcis, Comte, (Francois Louis de Ruvigny), now of Bath ; second son 
of the late Marquis de Ruvigny, descendant of the celebrated Marquis de 
Ruvigny, the leader of the French Protestants in the reign of Louis XIV. 

(1889) 

D'Arcy, Mrs, wife of Colonel D'Arcy, late Governor of the Falkland 
Islands. 

Darlington, Rev. Joseph, of Rossall School ; M.A., Brasenose College, 
Oxford. ; Cuddesdon Theological College and the University of Louvain ; 
rector of Thornden, Eye, Suffolk ; a Priest of the Society of Jesus of the 
Irish Province; Fellow, Examiner, M.A., Gold Medalist in Mental 
Science of the Royal Irish University ; Dean of Faculty and Professor 
of the Catholic University College, Dublin ; Dean of Residence and 
Governor of the Catholic Medical School, Dublin ; author ; son of Ralph 
Darlington, who was Mayor and Town Clerk of Wigan, Lancashire. (1878) 

Darnell, Mrs Jean Margaret, wife of Major William Nicholas 
Darnell ; daughter of Alexander Smith, C.E. 

Darnell, Rev. Nicholas, (1818-1892), of Winchester College; M.A. 
Fellow of New College, Oxford ; an Anglican curate ; a Priest-in- charge 
of St John of Beverley, Haydon Bridge, Northumberland ; son of a 
former Rector of Stanhope. (1847) 

Darnell, Major William Nicholas, of Winchester College; late of 
the 84th Regt., successively Governor of Chelmsford Military Prison and 
Inspector of Prisons; eldest son of the Rev. William Darnell, M.A., 
vicar of Bamburgh, Northumberland; grandson of the Rev. William 
Nicholas Darnell, (1776-1864), Prebendary of Durham, theological writer 
and antiquary, and of the Venerable Dr Charles Thorp, (1783-1862), Arch- 
deacon of Durham and first appointed Warden of Durham University ; 
nephew of the Rev. Nicholas Darnell, (1818-1892), M.A., Oxon. 



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Darn ley, Mrs Charles, sister of the Rev. Sebastian B . Gates, a 
Dominican Friar at St Sebastian's, Fendleton, Manchester. 

d'Arras, Madame Louisa Augusta, (1830-1906), wife of the late 
Monsieur Lambert Louis d'Arrag, of Picardy, France, Chamberlain to H.H. 
Pope Leo XIII; daughter of Sir Edmund Lechmere, second Baronet, by Clara 
Augusta Murray, maid of honour to Queen Charlotte, wife of George III ; 
mother of Pere H. d'Arras, a Priest of the Society of Jesus. (1851) 

t Dash wood, Captain Charles, of the Royal Navy, son of Admiral 
Sir Charles Dashwood, G.C.B. ; father of the late Lieutenant Julian 
Agnew Dashwood, R.N. (1851) 

t Dashwood, Frederick; of St Michael's Torre, Devonshire ; son of 
Admiral Sir Charles Dashwood, G.C.B. (1851) 

t Dashwood, Mrs, wife of Frederick Dashwood. (1851) 

Dashwood, The Misses, daughter of the late Admiral Dashwood. 

t Daunt, Mrs Anne Maria O'Neill, of Kil castle, co. Cork, Ireland ; 
daughter of Bartholomew Corballis, of Berwick -on-Tweed. (1846) 

Daunt, Mrs Ellen O'Neill, daughter of Daniel Hickey; wife of 
William Joseph O'Neill Daunt, of Kilcassan Castle, co. Cork, formerly 
M.P. for Mallow. (1846) 

Daunt, Richard Gumbleton, of Campinas, Brazil; father of the 
Right Rev. Monsignor Fergus O'Connor de Camargo Daunt, Protonotary 
Apostolic in that country. 

t Daunt, William O'Neill, of Kilcastle, co. Cork; author. 

Davenport, Joseph Lancelot, M.A., Fellow of Jesus College, 
Cambridge. 

Davey, Arthur Hammond, B. A., Downing College, Cambridge. (1905) 
Davey, Henry, of the War Office. 

Davey, Rev. Charles Walter, B.A., King's College, Cambridge; 
curate of Marnhull, Dorsetshire ; a Priest at Holy Cross, Victoria Street, 
Bristol (1903) 

Davidson, Captain, of Folkestone, Kent. 
Davidson, Mrs, wife of Captain Davidsoa 

Davie, George, M.A., Exeter College, Oxford ; Headmaster of Kensing- 
ton Collegiate School 

Davy, The Hon. Theodore, Chief Justice and ex-Premier of British 
Columbia. 

Davies, Miss, ;'. nun. 



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Davies, Mrs C. Temple, wife of Dr Herbert Davies, formerly senior 
physician to the London Hospital ; mother of Ernest Reuter Wyatt- 
Davies, (1862-1907), author and historian. (1906) 

t Davies, Rev. John, B.A., Cantab, an Anglican curate; a Priest. (1849) 

Davies-Cooke, Mrs Clara Louisa, daughter of John Webb ; mother 
of Lieutenant Arthur G. R. Davies-Cooke, of the 10th Hussars. (1882) 

t Davies-Cooke, Major James Robert, of the Royal Artillery ; 
husband of Mrs Clara Louisa Davies-Cooke. (1884) 

D'Avigliano, The Princess, Lady Emily Augusta Mary Pelham- 
Clinton, wife of Prince Alfonso Doria Pamphilj, of Palazzo Doria, Rome ; 
second daughter of the sixth Duke of Newcastle. (1879) 

Davis, Francis, of Holywood, Belfast, Ireland ; a well-known North of 
Ireland poet, under the nom de guerre of "The Belfast Man." 

Davis, George E. B., B.A., London University. 

Davis, G. H. Leighton, of Ardmulchan House, Navan, Ireland ; son of 
the Rev. Dr Davis, Secretary of the Religious Tract Society. 

Davis, Rev. Henry, B.A., Cantab; curate successively of St John's, 
Torquay, Devonshire, and of St Cuthbert's, Philbeach Gardens, Kensing- 
ton, London, W. (1893) 

Davis, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Henry Davis, B.A., Cantab. (1891) 

Davison, The Hon. Mrs Caroline, (1807-1861), daughter of the 
second Baron Graves ; granddaughter of the first Earl of Uxbridge ; wife 
of Major-General Percy Davison ; sister-in-law of the Hoa William Towry 
Law, (1809-1886), fifth son of the first Baron Ellenborough. (1854) 

Davison, Mrs, Madame Arabella Goddard, who was a well-known 
pianist ; wife of J. W. Davison, musical critic of The Times, (1901) 

Davison, Mrs, wife of the Secretary of the Prisoners' Aid Society. 

Davoust, The Baroness, nee Amy Phipps ; daughter of the Rector of 

Selsea, Chichester, Sussex. 

Davy, Rev. George James, M.A., Exeter College, Oxford; an 
Anglican clergyman. 

Davy, The Hon. Theodore, Q.C., member of the Provincial Parlia- 
ment, Victoria, British Columbia. (1888) 

Dawe, Rev. George Edward, B.A., Oxon: a Carmelite Monk. 

t Dawe, Rev. John, B.A., St Mary's Hall, Oxford; a Priest. 

t Dawson, Rev. B. V., formerly vicar of Alfrick, Worcestershire, a 
I'riest ; father of Forbes Dawson, the well-known actor. 



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Dawson, Charles, M.A., Pembroke College, Oxford. 

Dawson, Charles Alfred, M.A., Balliol College, Oxford (1880) 

Dawson, Rev. Charles B., M.A., Exeter College, Oxford ; curate of 
All Hallows, South wark, London, S.E. ; a Priest of the Society of Jesus, 
till lately at Santa Cruz High School, Cochin, India, then at St Aloysius', 
Woodstock Road, Oxford, now at the Cathedral, Georgetown, Demerara, 
British Guiana; author. (1891) 

Dawson, Mrs, daughter of Admiral Michael Seymour; wife of Colonel 
Dawson, of the 90th Regt. 

Dawson, Miss, daughter Qf Colonel Dawson. 
Dawson, Miss Effie, daughter of Colonel Dawson. 
Dawson, Ernest, B.A., Queen's College, Oxford. 

Dawson, Mrs Frances Edith, wife of Michael Warton Dawson, B.A., 
Cantab, professor of Music at Stonyhurst College, Blackburn; eldest 
daughter of the Rev. J. B. Sidgwick, M.A., rector of Ashby Parva, 
Lutterworth, Leicestershire. (1906) 

Dawson, Miss Lina, daughter of Colonel Dawsoa 

t Dawson, Miss Massey, granddaughter of the thirteenth Baron 
Sinclair. (1851) 

Dawson, Michael Warton, of Harrow School ; B. A., (Classical Tripos), 
Emmanuel College, Cambridge; professor of Music at Stonyhurst College, 
Blackburn, Lancashire. (1900) 

t Dawson, Rev. William, M.A., St Mary's Hall, Oxford; vicar of 
Moor AUertoa (1866) 

t Dayman, Rev. Alfred J., B.A., Exeter College, Oxford; curate of 
St John Baptist, Wasperton, Warwickshire. (1850) 

t Dayman, Mrs, wife of a former Rector of Shillingstone, son of the 
Rev. Charles Dayman, M.A., vicar of Great Tew, Oxfordshire. (1850) 

t Dayman, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Charles Dayman, M.A., curate of St 
James', Dover, Kent, and then vicar of Great Tew, Oxfordshire. (1850) 

Dayman, Miss Flavia, daughter of the Rev. Charles Dayman, M.A. 

(1850) 

t Dayman, Miss Helen Mountjoy, daughter of the Rev. Charles 
Dayman, M.A. (1850) 

Deacon, Mrs, great-granddaughter of the Most Rev. Lord Decies, D.D., 
formerly Archbishop of Tuam. 

t de Ainslie, General Charles Philip, of the 1st Dragoon Guards ; 
cousin of the fourteenth Earl of Moray. 



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Deane, Rev. Edward Brietreke, M.A., D.C.L., Fellow of All Souls' 
College, Oxford rector of Lewknor, Oxfordshire. (1855) 

t Deane, Mrs Charlotte Mary, wife of the Rev. E. Brietreke Deane, 
M.A., Oxon ; daughter of the Rev. Henry Taylor, M.A., of Stoke Rock- 
ford, Lincolnshire. (1855) 

Deane, Thomas Robert, solicitor. 

De Bary, Richard Lerins, (1841-1891), J.P., of Weston Hall, near 
Rugby, Warwickshire ; son-in-law of Sir Edward Mostyn, seventh Baronet, 
of Talacre, Flintshire, North Wales ; father of the Rev. Richard Brome 
de Bary, a Franciscan Friar. (1864) 

De Betham, Rev. Frederick, (1815-1886), of Christ College, Cam- 
bridge ; a solicitor. A Priest of the Society of Jesus at St Edmund's, 
Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. (1838) 

de Bless, Alfred Herewyt, M.A., L.L.M., Trinity Hall, Cambridge; 
barrister; formerly of the Diplomatic Service ; son-in-law of Valentine 
Dudley Henry Cary-Elwes, (1832-1909), J.P. and D.L. of Billing Hall, 
Northamptonshire and of Roxby, Brigg, Lincolnshire. (1894) 

de Burgh, Rev. Hubert, (1831-1901), B.A., Trinity College, Dublin; 
curate of St George's, London, S.E. and an Army Chaplain during the 
Crimean War. A Priest at St Edward the Confessor, Newhall, Burton - 
on-Trent, Staffordshire ; son of the Rev. William ,de Burgh, M.A., of 
Oldtown, Naas, Kildare, Ireland. (1858) 

de Burgh, Mrs, wife of the late Rev. R. L. de Burgh, vicar of West 
Drayton, Middlesex. (1881) 

t De Castro, J. C., of Woodend (1852) 

t De Castro, Mrs, wife of J. C. De Castro. (1852) 

de Castro, Mrs Maud, wife of Major de Castro and sister of Colonel 
Graham, commanding 1st Bat. Suffolk Regiment. 

de Charmoz de Bressan, The Baroness, niece of Rear- Admiral 
Sir Richard 0' Conor, K.C.H. ; sister of Lady Emily Clunes O'Connell, 
wife of Sir Maurice James O'Connell, second Baronet; and of the Countess 
de Watte ville de Loins. (1855) 

de Coet logon, Colonel Henry Watts Russell, (1839-1908), served 
with the 15th East Yorkshire and other regiments; then with Generals 
Hicks and Gordon in the Sudan ; was acting Governor of Khartum till 
Gordon's arrival there ; subsequently British Consul for the Navigators 
Islands, New Caledonia, New Hebrides, and finally to the States of North 
Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Tennessee. (1865) 

de Condeixa, The Countess, belonging to an old English family. 

(1887) 
de Cosson, Baron C. A., of Pycroft, Chertsey, Surrey, F.R.G.S. (1877) 

de Courson, Countess Barbara Francis Mary, daughter of 
Richard Neave, (1808-1877), relative of the third Baronet, by Anna Maria 
Dorothea, (1814-1888), daughter of the Rev. John Eyton, M.A., of Eyton, 
Shropshire ; wife of Count Roger de Courson ; authoress and contributor 
to The Month and Dublin Review. 



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t de Courson, Baroness Elizabeth, a relative of Cardinal Manning. 

(1868) 
de Dalmatic, The Duchess, an English lady. (1899) 

de Damas de Hautefort, Countess, nee Young. 

t Dees, James, J.P. of Riversdale, Bellingham, Northumberland ; a 
well-known Freemason ; father-in-law of Colonel Wilfrid Gibson, V.D. 

Dees, Mrs, wife of James Dees, J.P., mother of James Gibson Dees, 
J.P. for Cumberland. 

de Frauconpret, Countess, great-granddaughter of the Rev. John 
Wesley, (1703-1791), the evangelist and leader of Methodism. 

De Forest, Baron, (Maurice Arnold Bischoffsheim), of Eton College and 
Christ Church, Oxford ; was for sometime Lieutenant in the Staffordshire 
Imperial Yeomanry ; adopted son of the late Baron Hirsch ; son-in-law 
of the second Baron Gerard. (1903) 

de Freyne, The Lady, (1855-1881), Lady Laura Octavia Dundas, first 
wife of the fourth Baron de Freyne ; daughter of the Hon. John Charles 
Dundas ; granddaughter of the first Earl of Zetland, who was Lord- 
Lieutenant of the Orkney and Shetland Islands. (1876) 

t de Giberne, Miss Maria Rosina, a nun, (Sister Maria Pia) of the 
Visitation Order at Autun, France ; authoress. (1845) 

de Gramont, The Dowager Duchess, daughter of William A. 
Mackinnon, M.P. 

de Hamel de Manin, Countess. (1892) 

de la Bedoyere, The Marquise, (1850-1906), Hon. Mildred 
Charlotte Greville-Nugent ; daughter of the first Baron Greville, who was 
Lord-Lieutenant of co. Westnaeath ; granddaughter of the first Marquess 
of Westmeath ; wife of Alexis Huchet, Marquis de la Bedoyere. (1869) 

de la Bedoyere, The Vscomtesse Sybil, daughter of the Right 
Rev. J)r Anthony Wilson Thorold, (1825-1895), successively Lord Bishop 
of Rochester and Winchester. (1898) 

de la Cherois-Crommelin, Andrew Claude J., of Marl borough 
College; scholar, 27th wrangler, B.A., Trinity College, Cambridge; Assistant 
at the Royal Greenwich Observatory ; Fellow of the Royal British Astro- 
nomical Society; President of the British Astronomical Association, (1904- 
1906) ; third son of Nicholas de la Cherois-Crommelin of Rockport, 
Cushenden, co. Antrim, by Annie, daughter of Andrew Mulholland of 
Springvale, co. Down, Ireland ; descesdant of Samuel Louis Crommelin 
(1652-1727), Huguenot, director of Irish Linen enterprise in Belfast. (1891) 

de la Cherpis-Cromrnelin, Mrs Letitia, wife of Andrew Claude J, 
de la Cherois-Crommelin, B.A., Cantab. ; daughter of the Rev. Robert 
Noble, M.A., formerly rector of Sibson, Atherstone, Leicestershire. (1898) 



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de la Felde, Rev. Count John Leopold Ferdinand Casimir, 

(1803-1866), M.A., Oriel College, Oxford ; vicar of Tortington, Dear 
Chichester, Sussex ; son-in-law of the first Earl of Limerick. (1854) 

t de la Haye, Mrs, sister of the thirteenth Baroness Inchiquin. 

de la Mothe, Mrs, nee Hargrave, wife of John de la Mothe, of 
Ballhegan Estate, Grenada, British West Indies. (1902) 

Delaney, Mrs, wife of Philip Delaney, of Newtown, Queen's County, 
Ireland. (1880) 

de Las Casas, Mrs Imogen Carmen, wife of Juan Clemente de 
Las Casas of Tiverton ; daughter of the Rev. John Dene of Bideford. 

(1908) 

t de la Torre Diaz, Countess Sophia Anne, daughter of 
Brodie M'Ghie Wilcox, formerly M.P. for Southampton ; grandmother of 
His Eminence Cardinal Raphael Merry del Val, Archbishop of Nicaea, and 
Secretary of State to His Holiness Pope Pius X. 

De La Warr, The Countess, Hon. Constance Mary Elizabeth Cochrane- 
Baillie ; wife of the seventh Earl De La Warr, High Steward of Stratf ord-on- 
Avon ; daughter of the first Baron Lamington, eldest son of Admiral of 
the Fleet, Sir Thomas John Cochrane, G.C.B. ; authoress. (1905) 

t de Ligne, Princess Augusta, daughter of Sir David Thurlow 
Cunynghame, sixth Baronet ; wife of Prince Edward de Ligne, formerly 
President of the Belgian Senate. 

de Lisle, Mrs Agnes Henrietta Ida, wife of Edwin Joseph Lisle March 
Phillipps de Lisle, F.S.A., D.L. for Leicestershire, Private Secretary to Sir 
F. Weld when Governor of the Straits Settlements, then to Lord John Man- 
ners when Postmaster-General, was M.P. for Mid-Leicestershire, (1896-1902), 
author, seventh son of Ambrose Lisle March Phillipps de Lisle, (1809- 
1878), and his wife Laura Mary, daughter and co-heiress of the Hon. 
Thomas Clifford, fourth son of Hugh, fourth Baron Clifford of Chudleigh 
and of his wife Philipina, Baroness von Liitzow ; eldest daughter of Adrian 
Elias Hope; niece of the first Duke of Fife, E.G. (1889) 

de Lisle, Ambrose Lisle March Phillipps, (1809-1878), of Trinity 
College, Cambridge; J.P. and D.L.; theological writer ; of Garendon Park 
and Grace-Dieu Manor, Leicestershire; he gave land in Charnwood Forest 
to found the Cisterican Monastery of Mount St Bernard, the first mitred 
abbey established in England since the Reformation; a great benefactor 
to several Catholic Missions; principal founder of the Association for the 
Promotion of the Unity of Christendom ; .was High Sheriff of Leicestershire 
in 1868; eldest son of Charles March Phillipps, J.P. and D.L., by Harriet, 
youngest daughter of Gerard Gustavus Ducarel, of Walford, Somerset- 
shire ; father of Ensign Everard Aloysius Lisle March Phillipps, (1835- 
1857), of the llth Bengal Native Infantry, who for his gallantry obtained 
a commission in the 60th Royal Rifles, and was gazetted for the Victoria 
Cross for several deeds of heroism, but he did not live to receive it as he 
was killed at the seige of Delhi, in 1907 the Cross was given by the King 
to his surviving brother Edwin; and of Lieutenant Rudolph Edward Lisle 
March Phillipps de Lisle, (1853-1885), of the Royal Navy who was killed 
at the battle of Abu Klea. (1825) 

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de Lisle, Mrs Frances Amelia Victoria, (1840-1871), first wife of 
Ambrose Charles Lisle March Phillipps de Lisle, son of Ambrose Lisle March 
Phillipps de Lisle, (1809-1878), the distinguished convert ; daughter of Sir 
Richard Sutton, second Baronet, of Norwood Park, Nottinghamshire ; mother 
of Everard March Phillipps de Lisle, Major in the Leicestershire Imperial 
Yeomanry, J.P. and D.L., Lord of the Manors of Garendon, Shepshed, 
Hathern, Thorp-Acre, Knight Thorpe, Dishley and Grace-Dieu. (18G2) 

Dell, Robert Edward, B.A., University College, Oxford; journalist; 
late Organising Secretary of the Committee of Church Defence and 
Church Instruction ; editor, in turn, of The Weekly llegister, The New Era, 
The Connoisseur and The Burlington Magazine; son of the Rev. Robert 
Dell, M.A., Fellow of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, and vicar of 
South Baddesley, Hampshire ; now resident in Paris. (1897) 

della Marmora, The Countess, nee Matthew. 

della Rocca, The Countess, nee Harriet Louisa Venablea. (1883) 

de Lubersac, Viscountess Augusta, daughter of the Rev. 
Percival Fyre, M.A., rector of St Winnow, Cornwall, formerly rector of 
Holy Trinity, Brompton, London, S.W. (1882) 

de Manin de Hamel, Comtesse Clotilde. (1890) 

de Martine Nosedo, Baroness, (1820-1890), nee Barker ; wife of an 
Austrian Field-Marshall ; sister of the Rev. Michael Watts- Russell, (1813- 
1^75), rector of Benefield, Northamptonshire. (1846) 

de Mattos, Rev. Richard, of Wimbledon College and St Andrew's 
University, N.B. ; a Priest at St Hugh's, Broadgate, Lincoln ; son of 
Sydney de Mattos, B.A., Cantab, by Katherine, daughter of Alan 
Stevenson ; descendant of the Stevensons, the eminent engineers, and a 
relative of Robert Louis Stevenson, (1850-1894), the author and traveller. 

(1895) 

de Moleyns, The Hon. Mrs, wife of Colonel de Moleyns, son of the 
third Baron Ventry. 

de Montgelas, Countess Jemima, (1826-1881), second daughter 
of Jesse Watts-Russell, (1787-1875), of Kam Hall, Staffordshire ; daughter- 
in-law of Count de Montgelas, formerly Prime Minister of Bavaria ; the 
first member of her family to join the Church. (1844) 

de Moro, The Duke, of Hill Hall, Epping, Essex. (1903) 

Denbigh, The Earl of, (1823-1892), Rudolph William Basil Feilding, 
eighth Earl; of Eton College; M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge ; Count of 
the Holy Roman Empire ; Knight Grand Cross of the Order of Pius ; Colonel 
of the second V.B. Royal Welsh Fusiliers ; founder of the Catholic Church 
and Capuchin Monastery at Pantasaph, North Wales. (1850) 

Denny, Rev. Harmar Charles, B.A., St John's College, Oxford ; a 
Priest of the Society of Jesus at St Francis Xavier's, New York, U.S.A. 

Dent, Rev. Frederick, Priest-in- charge of St John's, Rhymney, 
Monmouthshire. 



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t de Pambour, The Comtesse Harriet, wife of Comte do 
Pambour, of Chateau de la Filonniere, near Tours, France ; daughter 
of John Falconer Atlee, of Wandsworth, London ; sister of Mrs Eleanor 
Leslie, (1800-1892), wife of Archibald Leslie, (1789-1851), last of Balna- 
geith, Morayshire, N.B. (1847) 

de Paravicini, Baroness, wife of Baron de Paravicini, M.A., Fellow 
of Balliol College, Oxford ; daughter of the Rev. William Dodson, M.A., 
rector of Well-with-Claxby, Lincolnshire ; authoress. 

t de Pearsall, R. L., of Willsbridge ; musician and composer. (1856) 

f Dering, Edward Heneage, of Baddesley Chnton Hall, Warwick- 
shire ; formerly of the Coldstream Guards ; cousin of Sir Edward 
Cholmeley Dering, eighth Baronet of Surrenden Dering, Ashford, Kent ; 
author. (1865) 

Dering, Mrs Emma Cordelia, wife of Evelyn J. Heneage Dering. 

(1865) 

de Ruvigny and Raineval, The Marquis, Melville Amadeus 
Henry Douglas de Ruvigny ; was for four years President of the 
Legitimist Jacobite League of Great Britain and Ireland ; Knight of 
the Royal Order of Charles III. of Spain ; author ; son of the eighth 
Marquis, by Margaret Melville, daughter of George Moodie, of Cocklaw 
N.B. (1902) 

de Salis, Count John Charles Francis, of Eton College ; J.P., 
D.L, of the Diplomatic Service successively at Brussels, Madrid, Cairo, 
and Berlin ; son-in-law of Prince Eugene de Caraman-Chimay, of Belgium. 

(1892) 

de Saldanha, The Duchess, an English lady; wife of Field- 
Marshal the Duke de Saldanha, formerly Portuguese Minister to the Court 
of St James'. (1862) 

Des Champs, Mrs, of Babbacombe Cliff, Torquay, Devonshire ; 
adopted daughter of Lady Mount- Temple, sister of the first Baron 
Tollemache and second wife of the first and last Baron Mount- Temple. 

de Sfbrza, Caesarini, The Duchess, nee Caroline Shirley. 

Despard, Mrs Charlotte, daughter of Captain French, R.N., of 
Ripple Vale, Kent ; sister of General Sir John French ; has served on the 
Clapham, Wandsworth, and Lambeth Boards of Guardians. 

de St Remy, Miss Rebecca Emily, daughter of Count de St Remy. 

(1901) 

de Traffbrd, Lady Adelaide, (1825-1871), Lady Adelaide Cathcart 
youngest daughter of General the second Earl Cathcart, (1783-1859) 
G.C.B., served in the Peninsular and at Waterloo, and was Commander- 
in-Chief in British North America ; wife of John Randolphus de Trafford, 
(1820-1879), third son of the first Baronet. (1850) 

de Traffbrd, Lady Victoria, Lady Victoria Frederica Wilhelmina 
Georgina Seymour ; daughter of the sixth Marquess of Hertford, P.C., by 
the Hon. Mary Hood, daughter of the first Viscount Bridport ; wife of 
Captain Charles Alan Cathcart de Trafford, fourth son of John Randolphus 
de Trafford, (1820-1879), and grandson of the second Earl Cathcart. (1900) 



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de Trevelec, Rev. Harry, (Marquis de Trevelec), F.R.G.S. ; D. Litt. 
Alfred University, New York ; M.A. Caius College, Cambridge ; 
successively curate of St Luke's, Chorlton-on-Medlock, Manchester, and of 
All Saints' in the same district ; chaplain of Hemham Blind Asylum and 
of the Royal School for the Deaf and Dumb, Old Trafford ; curate-in 
charge of Claygate, Surrey ; curate of St Peter's, Bournemouth. (1908) 

de Valmer, The Vicomtesse, nee Wyndham. (1868) 

Devas, Charles Stan ton, (1848-1906), of Eton College; M.A., Balliol 
College, Oxford ; the political economist and author ; for some time 
examiner in Political Economy at the Royal University of Ireland ; father 
of Bertrand Devas, assistant-editor of The Dublin Review ; of the Rev. Francis 
Devas, a Priest of the Society of Jesus, and Professor at Beaumont College, 
Old Windsor ; and of the Rev. Philip Devas, a Franciscan Friar. (1869) 

de Vere, Aubrey Thomas, (1814-1904), the poet ; B.A., LL.D., Trinity 
College, Dublin ; son of Sir Aubrey de Vere, second Baronet. (1851) 

de Vere, Lady Mary Lucy, (1814-1866), wife of Sir Vere Edmund 
Percy de Vere, (1810-1880), third Baronet ; granddaughter of the first 
Earl of Limerick. (1851) 

de Vere, Sir Stephen Edward, (1812-1905), fourth and last Baronet, 
B.A., Trinity College, Dublin; barrister; author; for some time High 
Sheriff and M.P. for co. Limerick ; grandson of the first Baron Monteagle, 
P.C., F.R.S. ; brother of the third Baronet, and of Aubrey de Vere, the 
poet. (1848) 

de Vere, Sir Vere Edmond Percy, (1810-1880), third Baronet; M.A., 
Trinity College, Cambridge. (1851) 

de Villefranche, The Baroness, an English lady. 

Devitt, Dr. 

Devitt, Miss, daughter of Dr Devitt. 

Devon, The Earl of, (1836-1891), Edward Baldwin Courtenay, twelfth 
Earl ; of AVestminster School; B.A., Christ Church, Oxford ; J.P. and D.L. 
for Devonshire ; for sometime Captain in the 1st Devon Yeomanry Cavalry, 
and formerly M.P. for Exeter and East Devon. (1870) 

Dewar, Rev. David Erskine, (1825-1906), of Winchester College; 
M.A., B.C.L., Fellow of New College, Oxford ; rector of Yedgolt, 
Buckinghamshire, and then of Friesthorp, Lincolnshire. After his wife's 
death he became a Priest at St Mary's, Chelsea, London, S.W. ; and then 
in charge of Our Lady of the Rosary, Staines, Middlesex ; son of the Hon. 
Sir James Dewar, at one time Chief Justice of Bombay. (1866) 

t Dewar, Mrs, wife of the Rev. David Erskine Dewar, (1825-1906), M.A., 
Oxon. (1875) 

Dewar, The Misses, daughters of the Rev. David Erskine Dewar, 
(1825-1906), M.A., Oxon. (1878) 



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Dewar, Captain James Gumming, (1857-1908), of the 1st Dragoon 
Guards ; served in the Zulu Campaign of 1879, and was severely wounded 
at Sekukini ; served in India with the Guards and then exchanged into 
the llth Hussars; Member of the Royal Company of Archers; J.P. for 
Midlothian ; Private Chamberlain to Popes Leo XIII and Pius X ; Knight 
of the Sovereign Order of Malta ; Knight of the Sacred Military Order 
of the Holy Sepulchre ; a great benefactor to several Catholic Missions in 
Scotland ; son of Lieutenant-Colonel Alexander Gumming Dewar, of 
Vogrie, N.B. 

de Watteville, Rev. Edward, (1818-1869), an undergraduate of Oxford 
University ; native of Switzerland. A Priest of the Society of Jesus at 
Glasgow, N.B. (1846) 

de Watteville de Loins, The Countess, daughter of Rear- 
Admiral Sir Richard O'Conor, K.C.B. ; sister of Lady Emily Clunes 
O'Connell, wife of Sir Maurice James O'Connell, second Baronet, and of 
the Baroness de Charmoz de Bressan.. 

Dewell, Rev. Charles George, (1834-1899), a Lay brother of the 
Society of Jesus ; formerly a captain in the 91st Regiment of the line ; a 
generous benefactor to several Catholic Missions. (1858) 

t Dewhurst, Rev. Henry William, M.A., Cantab; curate of St 
Barnabas, Southwark, London, S.E. (1852) 

t D'Eyncourt, Miss, daughter of the Right Hon. C. T. D'Eyncourt, of 
Bayon's Manor, Ireland. (1846) 

di Azevedo, The Countess Augusta Frances, daughter of the 
Rev. Alexander Cosby Jackson, M.A., and of the Hon. Mrs Susan Frances 
Jackson; sister of the fourth and fifth Barons Hotham. (1897) 

Dick, Mrs Jane, (1814-1888), wife of William Douglas Dick, (1802-1872), 
M.A., Oxon, D.L., of Pitkerro, N.B. ; daughter of the late Sir F. Williams- 
Drurnmond, second Baronet of Hawthornden, Midlothian, N.B. ; a 
descendant of Drummond of Hawthornden, the poet. (1854) 

Dick, Miss Louisa P., daughter of George Stuart Dick, of Edith 
Lodge, St Lawrence, Thanet, Kent; granddaughter of General George 
Dick, late of the Bengal Army. 

Dick, William Douglas, (1802-1872), of Pitkerro, N.B. ; M.A., Christ 
Church, Oxford; D.L. for Forfarshire, N.B.; son-in-law of the late Sir 
F. Williams-Drummond, second Baronet, of Hawthornden, Midlothian, 
N.B., and a descendant of Drummond of Hawthornden, the poet ; father 
of Lieutenant-Colonel Archibald Campbell Douglas Dick, C.B., who 
commanded a battalion of Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders in South 
Africa during the late war ; and of the Rev. Barrington Douglas Dick, a 
Priest at New Abbey, Dumfries, N.B. (1859) 

Dickens, Miss Mary Angela, the authoress; daughter of Charles 
Dickens, K.C. ; granddaughter of Charles Dickens, (1812-1870), the 
novelist. (1907) 



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Dickins, Mrs, wife of the Rev. R. Herbert Dickins, M.A., chaplain to 
the Warwick County Asylum, son of the Rev. Dr T. B. Dickens, vicar of 
Emscote, Warwick. (1890) 

Dickinson, Mrs E. J., wife of the late Samuel Dickinson, barrister ; 
eldest daughter of William Fairbairn, late of Heppington, Canterbury, 
Kent ; and her five daughters, one of whom is a nun of the Order of 
Canonesses of the Holy Sepulchre, New Hall, Chelmsford, Essex. (1899) 

t Dickson, Lieutenant, of the Royal Navy. 

Digby, E. Duffield, B.A., New College, Oxford. (1894) 

Digby, Kenelm Henry, (1800-1880), B.A., Trinity College, Cambridge ; 
miscellaneous writer and poet ; son of the Very Rev. William Digby, 
Dean of Clonfert, Ireland ; grand-nephew of the first Baron Digby. (1824) 

t Digby, Rev. Mother, Superior- General of the Nuns of the Sacred 
Heart ; relative of Kenelm Henry Digby, (1800-1880), B.A., Cantab. 

di Gianotti, The Contessa, of Rome, an English lady. (1884) 

Dill, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Dr Dill, of Clonmell, Ireland. 

Dill, Miss Evelyn, daughter of the Rev. Dr Dill ; a nun in England. 

t Dillon, Mrs Dorothy, of Adare, co. Limerick, Ireland. (1856) 

di Salvo, The Marchioness, n& Claxton ; relative of Cardinal Man- 
ning. (1845) 

Dix, Cornelius Malpas, M.A., Oxon ; for several years Master at the 
Oratory School, Edgbaston, Birmingham. (1878) 



Dix 

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-Dix, Rev. Arthur George Gerald Fabian, of King Edward 
I's School, Norwich ; B.A., Selwyn College, Cambridge ; Ely Theo- 
logical College ; curate of St German's, Roath, Cardiff. A Dominican 
Friar ; son of William Frederick Dix-Dix by his wife Elizabeth Mary 
Victoria Dix-Dix, of Smallburgh, Norfolk. (1904) 

Dixie, Sir Archibald Beaumont Churchill, eleventh Baronet ; 
of Harrow School ; formerly Lieutenant in the Leicestershire Yeomanry 
Cavalry ; J.P. for Leicestershire ; at one time High Sheriff of the same 
county ; son-in-law of the seventh Marquess of Queensberry, P.C. ; grand- 
son of the Rev. Charles Walters, M.A., Rector of Bramdean, Hampshire ; 
father of Lieutenant George Douglas Dixie, 3rd King's Own Scottish 
Borderers ; and of Lieutenant Albert Edward Wolstan Beaumont Dixie, of 
the Royal Navy. (1888) 

t Dixon, Rev. Joshua, M.A., Brasenose College, Oxford ; curate of 
Feweston, Yorkshire ; a Missionary Priest in Texas. (1850) 

Dixon, Miss, a nun ; daughter of General Dixon. 

Dobree, Miss Louisa Emily, the authoress and Rome correspondent 
for several newspapers. (1887) 



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Dobson, Mrs Martha, (1837-1879), second wife of William Ebenezer 
Dobson, (1826-1901), of The Park, Nottingham; widow of the Rev. 
Brooke Stevens, M.A., vicar of Sutton-in-Ashfield ; daughter of Richard 
and of Ann Downing Adlington. (1869) 

Dobson, William Ebenezer, (1826-1901), J.P., lace manufacturer, of 
The Park, Nottingham ; founder of the " Dobson " scholarships at Stony- 
hurst College, Blackburn, Lancashire ; his first wife was Sabina, daughter 
of George Pearson of Nottingham ; he had eleven sons, three daughters, 
and two step-children ; among whom is Lieutenant Theodore Dobson, 
late of the Royal West Kent Regiment, by his third wife Mary, daughter 
of William Wadham Young, of Salisbury. (1845) 

Dockrell, Dr Morgan, of Cheltenham College; M.A. and M.D., Trinity 
College, Dublin ; physician and skin specialist ; Fellow of the Medical 
Society of London ; Physician to St John's Hospital for Diseases of the 
Skin ; Chesterfield Lecturer on Diseases of the Skin ; Dermatologist to 
the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children ; author. 

(1897) 

Dodson, Richard Ball, formerly Lay-Secretary of the Chichester 
Diocesan Conference ; Hon. Secretary of the Brighton Church Conference ; 
member of the house of laymen of the Province of Canterbury, 1897- 
1904 ; on the Council of the Southwark Rescue Society. (1904) 

Dodsworth, Rev. William, (1798-1861), M.A., Trinity College, 
Cambridge ; Minister of All Saints, Margaret Street, London, W ; and 
then Vicar of St Pancras, London, N.W. ; theological writer ; father of 
the Rev. Cyril Dodsworth, (1843-1907), a Redemptorist Priest in the 
West Indies and Canada. (1851) 

Doe, Rev. J. H a , M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge; vicar of Eaton Bray, 
near Dunstable. (1890) 



Dolling, Miss, niece of Admiral Brooking 

Dolman, Mrs Mary, (1838-1907), wife of Marmaduke Dolman, barrister ; 
dau 
Yor 



daughter of Major Wand, late of Chester Court and Mansion Hall, 
kshire. 



Domvile, Sir Charles Compton William, (1818-1884), second 
Baronet. (1861) 

Domvile, Lady Margaret, Lady Margaret St Lawrence, wife of Sir 
Charles Compton William Domvile, (1818-1884), second Baronet ; 
daughter of the third Earl Howth, K.P., by Lady Emily de Burgh, 
daughter of the thirteenth Earl of Clanricarde ; authoress. (1861) 

Donaldson, Rev. Alexander Melbourne, (1844-1904), curate of 
Farmborough, Somersetshire. (1877) 

Donaldson, Archibald, a solicitor ; nephew of Professor Donaldson. 
Donaldson, James Kennedy, M.A., Edinburgh University 



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Donington, The Lord, (1822-1895), Charles Frederick Abney-Hastings ; 
first Baron; of Eton College; M.A., Christ Church, Oxford ; J.P. and D.L. 
for Leicestershire ; father of the eleventh Earl of Loudoun and of Flora, 
(1854-1877), first wife of the fifteenth Duke of Norfolk, K.G. (1892) 

Donovan, Mrs, of Great Mai vein, wife of Charles J. Donovan, a govern- 
ment engineer. 

Dorat, Mrs, wife of Colonel Dorat. 

Dormer, The Hon. Lady Ella Frances Catherine, (1832-1906), 
daughter of Sir Archibald Alison, (1792-1867), the first Baronet and 
historian ; widow of Robert Cutlar Ferguson, of Craigdarrock, N.B. ; then 
wife of Lieutenant-General ihe Hon. Sir James Charlemagne Dormer, 
(1834-1893), K.C.B., son of the eleventh Baron Dormer ; mother of the 
thirteenth Baron Dormer, and of Gwendoline, seventh Countess of 
Abingdon. (1862) 

Dormer, Mrs Miles, relative of the late Lady Ella Dormer. 

Dormer, Mrs Vanessa Margaret, daughter of Sir Robert Borwick, 
of Eden Lacy, Cumberland ; wife of Edward Henry Dormer, son of the 
Hon. Hubert Francis Dormer, late of the Admiralty, and son of the 
eleventh and uncle of the thirteenth Baron Dormer. 

Dornford, The Misses, daughters of the Rev. Joseph Dornford, 
(1794-1868), Fellow, Dean and Proctor of Oriel College, Oxford, vicar of 
Plymtree, Devonshire. 

Dough am, Mrs, of Orrel Park, Aintree. 

Doughty, Dr Arthur George, M.A., New Inn Hall, Oxford ; Litt. D. 
of Laval L^niversity ; the Canadian archivist ; C.M.G. ; son of William J. 
Doughty of Maidenhead. 

Douglas, Miss, formerly of an Anglican Sisterhood at Market Har- 
borough, Leicestershire ; sister of an Anglican clergyman. 

t Douglas, Sir Charles Eurwicke, first Baronet ; M.A., St John's 
College, Cambridge ; K.C.M.G., formerly M.P. for Warwick and Banbury ; 
author. (1870) 

t Douglas, Lady, wife of the late Sir Charles Douglas, Bart. ; daughter 
of Sir Charles Des Vceux, second Baronet ; granddaughter of the thirteenth 
Marquess of Winchester. (1870) 

Douglas, Rev. Edward, (1819-1898), M.A., Christ Church, Oxford; 
a Redemptorist Priest, rector of St Alfonso's, Rome ; for forty years 
Consultor-General of the Redemptorists ; cousin of the sixth Marquess of 
Queensberry ; grandson of the Rev. Richard Bullock, M.A., rector of 
Streatham, London, S.W. (1842) 

Douglas, Mrs Florence, of Kansas City, U.S.A. ; formerly a Protestant 
Episcopalian ; great-grand niece of Sally Braddock, sister of General 
Braddock, British General in American Revolution ; she was born in 
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Douglas-Hamilton, Lord Charles George, (1848-1886), Lieutenant 
of the llth Hussars, A.D.C. to Field-Marshal Lord Napier of Magdala, 
(1810-1890), during the Abyssinian campaign ; son of the eleventh Duke 
of Hamilton, and of Princess Mary of Baden, daughter of Charles Louis 
Frederick, late Grand Duke of Baden, and cousin of the Emperor 
Napoleon III (1885) 

Douglass, The Very Rev. Edward Bosworth, (1841-1900), a 
solicitor, then curate at Emscote, Warwickshire. A Priest, D.D., of Rome, 
Canon and Rural Dean at St Barnabas Cathedral, Nottingham. (1868) 

Douglass, The Misses, both nuna ; sisters of the late Very Rev. Canon 
Edward B. Douglass. (1869) 

t Dove, Rev. Thomas David, M.A., Emmanuel College, Cambridge ; 
curate of St Mary Magdalen's, Munster Square, London, W. (1866) 

Dover, Rev. George, M.A., Exeter College, Oxford ; a Priest at Our 
Lady of Ambleside, Ambleside, Westmoreland. (1872) 

Dowdeswell, Mrs Emily, (1847-1909), daughter of Sir Thomas George 
Augustus Parkyns, sixth Baronet, of Ruddington Manor, Notts ; wife 
of William Edward Dowdeswell, of Pull Court, Worcester, formerly M.P. 
for West Worcestershire. (1899) 

Down, Mrs Charlotte Am ph Hi is Sarah, daughter of the Rev. 
John Finde, M.A., formerly vicar of Ludford, Shropshire ; wife of Philip 
Patton Down, son of Rear-Admiral E. A. Down. (1871) 

Down, Henry, manager of the Provincial Bank, Ledbury, Herefordshire. 

(1904) 

Down, Mrs, wife of Henry Down ; and family. (1904) 

Down, Philip Patton, (1836-1907), of Ilfracombe, Devonshire ; son of 
Rear- Admiral E. A. Down ; son-in-law of the Rev. John Finde, M.A., 
formerly vicar of Ludford, Shropshire. (1861) 

Downes, Rev. James Francis, a Priest in London. 

t Dowson, Ernest Christopher, B.A., Queen's College, Oxford ; the 
poet and author. (1890) 

Draffen, Mrs Katherine, (1861-1885), daughter of Edwin Rowley, of 
Gawthorpe Hall, Wakeficld, Yorkshire ; wife of J. Algernon Draffen, 
son of Colonel W. Pitt-Draffen, R.M.A., J.P. for Hampshire. (1883) 

Drage, Rev. William Henry, B.A., Merton College, Oxford ; curate 
of All Saints, Plymouth, Devonshire. A Priest at the Military Chapel of 
St Hugh, Inkerman Barracks, Knaphill, Surrey. (1903) 

Drane, Miss Augusta Theodosia, (1823-1894), Prioress and Pro- 
vincial, (Rev. Mother Francis Raphael), at the Dominican Convent of St 
Catherine of Siena, Stone, Staffordshire ; historian and poet. (1850) 

t Drane, Miss Louisa, sister of Miss Augusta Theodosia Drane, the 
historian and poet. (1852) 



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t Drew, Rev. Joseph William Wright, M.A., St Alban's Hall, 
Oxford ; a Priest-in-charge of St Edward the Confessor, Romford, Essex. 

(1864) 

Drew, Rev. W. B., M.A., St Mary's Hall, Oxford ; for thirty-six years 
vicar of Longstock, Hampshire. A Priest, till lately at Portsmouth ; now 
retired. (1885) 

Drinkwaier, The Very Rev. Thomas Alexander, (1830-1881), of 
Harrow School ; a Priest and Canon, at one time Vice-Rector of the English 
College, Rome, then in charge of Our Lady of Mount Carnael and St Joseph, 
Battersea, London, S.W. ; chaplain to Countess Tasker. (1850) 

Drought, Charles James, of Keble College, Oxford ; son of an 
Anglican clergyman. 

Druce, Edward William, son of the Rev. G. W. Druce, M.A., vicar 
of Harwich, Essex. 

Druitt, Lieutenant-Colonel Edward, of the Royal Engineers ; for 
five years Secretary of tho Royal Engineer Committee, and member of 
Ordnance Committee for Lydd experiments at Chatham, Kent ; Inspector 
of Railways since 1900 ; son-in-law of Sir Frederick Weld, G.C.M.G. (1887) 

Drum mend, Mrs, wife of Charles Drummond, of Broadway, Worcester- 
shire. 

Drummond, The Hon. Mrs Adelaide, eldest daughter of the 
second Baron Ribblesdale ; wife of Maurice Drummond, C.B., (1825-1891), 
grandson of the first Baron Auckland, who was Chief Secretary for Ireland, 
and then British Ambassador to France and Spain. (1896) 

Drummond, The Hon. James Eric, of Eton College; formerly an 
officer of the Black Watch ; son of the eighth Viscount Strathallan ; 
grandson of the fourteenth Earl of Perth and Melfort ; son-in-law of the 
fourteenth Baron Herries, (1837-1908), and brother-in-law of the fifteenth 
Duke of Norfolk, E.G. (1903) 

Drummond, Mrs Mauldwin, of London; widow of Marshall Field, 
junior, of Chicago, U.S.A. 

Drummond, Lister Maurice, barrister, K.C. ; Secretary and one of 
the founders of the Guild of Our Lady of Ransom for the Conversion of 
England ; Knight of St Gregory the Great ; son of Maurice Drummond, 
C.B., (1825-1891), and of the^Hon. Mrs Adelaide Drummond ; grandson of 
the second Baron Ribblesdale. (1875) 

Drummond, Miss M., daughter of Maurice Drummond, C.B., (1825- 
1891), and of the Hon. Mrs Adelaide Drummond. (1896) 

Drummond, Richard Hay Walker, of Hawthornden ; son of Sir 
Francis Walter Drummond, second Baronet ; and descendant of William 
Drummond, (1585-1647), the poet. 

t Drummond-Steuart, Sir William, Baronet, of Grantully ; D.L. 
for Perthshire ; Knight of the Order of Christ ; fought at Waterloo with 
the 15th Hussars. 



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t Dubois, Rev. William N., of the Free Church of Scotland. (1850) 

Du Boulay, Miss, of Torquay ; now a nun ; daughter of an Anglican 
clergyman. 

Duff, Groves, M.D., Edinburgh University ; formerly member of the 
Bengal Medical Service ; son of the Kev. Dr Duff, of Calcutta. (1880) 

t Duff-Gordon, Lady, wife of Sir Alexander Cornewall Duff-Gordon, 
third Baronet, of Halkin, Ayrshire, N.B, (1847) 

Duffus-Harris, John, of Trinity College, Cambridge. 

Dugmore, The Hon. Mrs Emily Evelyn, daughter of the second 
Baron Brougham and Vaux ; granddaughter of Sir Charles William 
Taylor, first Baronet ; wife of the late Captain Francis Sandys Dugmore. 

(1878) 

Dugmore, Captain Francis Sandys, (1846-1898), of the 64th 
(Prince of Wales') E-egt. ; husband of the preceding ; son of William 
Dugmore, Q.C. ; father of Captain William Francis Brougham Radclyffc 
Dugmore, D.S.O., of the North Staffordshire Regiment ; of Commander 
Eric F. R. Dugmore, R.N. ; and of Captain Wilfrid Lawrence Radclyffe 
Dugmore, of the Cheshire Regiment. (1878) 

t Duke, Dr William, M.A., Magdalen Hall, Oxford ; was Assistant- 
Surgeon of the International Ambulance during the Franco -Prussian War. 

(1846) 

t Duke, Mrs, wife of the late Dr William Duke; mother of Francis 
William Duke, barrister, of Penang, Straits Settlements, and of the late 
Rev. Herbert Cox Duke, a Priest at St Anne's, Keighley, Yorkshire. (1846) 

t Duke, Miss, daughter of Dr William Duke ; a nun at St Mary's Priory, 
Torquay, Devonshire. (1846) 

Duncan, The Hon. Lady, (1805-1885), daughter of Captain James 
Coutts Crawford, R.N. ; wife of Captain the Hon. Sir Henry Duncan, 
R.N., K.C.H., C.B., brother of the first Earl of Camperdown, the 
celebrated Naval Commander. (1855) 

Duncan, Miss, daughter of Captain the Hon. Sir Henry Duncan, R.N., 
K.C.H. (1855) 

Duncombe, Miss Caroline Alicia Georgiana, eldest daughter 
of Sir Everard Philip Digby Pauncefort-Duncombe, first Baronet. 

Dundas, The Hon. Blanche Cecil Jane, sixth daughter of the 
second Viscount Melville. K.T. (1889) 

t Dundas, Lady Margaret Matilda, a Benedictine nun of the 
Perpetual Adoration at St Scholastica's Priory, Atherstone, Warwickshire ; 
third daughter of the first Earl of Zetland. 

Dundas, Miss Mary, daughter of Joseph Dundas, of Carron Hall and 
Fingask, N.B. ; a nun. (1882, 



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Dunlop, Archibald Claude, of Harrow School ; M.A., Magdalen 
College, Oxford ; Knight of St Gregory the Great ; late President of the 
Southampton Chamber of Commerce ; for many years Chairman of the 
Southampton Conservative Association ; J.P. for Southampton ; Vice- 
President of the Portsmouth Diocesan Voluntary Schools Association ; 
Member of the Catholic Education Council ; first local President of the 
Society of St Vincent de Paul ; son of George Dunlop, at one time 
Chairman of the Southampton Conservative Association. (1879) 

t Dunlop, Vice-Admiral A. R., son of Admiral Hugh Dunlop, C.B. 

Dunlop, Mrs Helen Clementina, wife of Admiral Hugh Dunlop 
C.B. ; ciaughter of Robert Cockburn Ormiston. 

Dunlop, Malcom George, formerly Chairman of the Bishopgate 
(London) Branch of the English Church Union. (1900) 

Dunn, Major Frederick, formerly of the Royal Canadian Rifles. 

Dunn, Mrs, widow of George Dunn, of Harley Street, Cavendish Square, 
London, W. ; now a nun ; mother of the Very Rev. Monsignor Thomas 
Dunn, a Priest and Canon in charge of Our Lady of the Rosary, Staines, 
Middlesex. 

t Dunn, James Colmore, (1851-1908), B.A., New College, Oxford; 
Inspector of Religious Education in the Archdiocese of Westminster. (1870) 

Dunn, Miss Maude, niece of Major Frederick Dunn. 
Dunn, Philip Vincent, nephew of Major Frederick Dunn. 

Dunn, Mrs Sara H., daughter of Hugh Clayton Armstrong, of 
Xewcastle-on-Tyne ; wife of Archibald Dunn, the eminent architect, son 
of Matthias Dunn, of Wylam-on-Tyne ; authoress. (1864) 

Dun raven, The Earl of, (1812-1871), Edwin Richard Windham-Quin, 
third Earl ; K.P., of Eton College ; B.A. Trinity College, Dublin; F.R.S. 
F.S.A. ; Lord-Lieutenant of co. Limerick ; J.P. for Glamorganshire, and 
for fourteen years M.P. for that county ; a zealous archaeologist. (1855) 

Durell, Rev. J. P., M.A,, University College, Oxford ; an Anglican 
curate ; at one time tutor at the Catholic University College, Kensington, 
London, W. 

Durell, Rev. John Tindall, M.A., Peterhoiise, Cambridge ; an 
Anglican clergyman. 

Durham, Rev. Dr, a clergyman of the Irish Church. (1907) 

Durnford, Miss Emma, daughter of the Rev. Prebendary Durnford, 
M.A. (1898) 

Durnford, Miss Esther Mary, daughter of the Rev. Prebendary 
Durnford, M.A. (1895) 



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Duthie, Rev. Charles James, B.A., Trinity College, Oxford ; curate 
of Walmersley, near Bury, Lancashire ; chaplain to H.M. Forces. Curate 
of St Paul's, Knightsbridge, and later of St Andrew's, Clewer ; some- 
time chaplain to the Earl of Kinnoull ; now Priest-in- charge of the mission 
of Our Lady Star of the Sea, Xorth Berwick, Haddingtonshire, N.B. 

(1888) 

Duthoit, Rev. William, (1835-1907), B.A., LL.D., D.C.L., Exeter 
College, Oxford ; for some time Anglican chaplain at Gotha ; then 
barrister in the Bengal Civil Service. (1899) 

Dyer, Arthur Stephen, of Teddington, Middlesex ; second son of 
William Stephen Dyer, C.E., by his wife Emily Augusta, only child of 
William Richard Buckridge, of Pangebourne, Berkshire; grandson of Henry 
Stephen Dyer, R.N., Secretary to Admiral Sir Edward Codrington. 

Dyer, Rev. William Bernard, formerly an Anglican clergyman ; a 
Priest (Oblate of St Charles), at Our Lady of the Holy Souls, Kensal New 
Town, London, W. 

Dyfiggi Rev. Father, of Llanthony Abbey, Wales; now a Priest of the 
Society of Jesus in India. (1890) 

Dykes, Rev. Thomas, (1820-1888), M.A., Clare College, Cambridge ; 
curate of Holy Trinity, Hull. A Priest of the Society of Jesus at St 
Wilfrid's, Preston, Lancashire ; brother of the Rev. John Bacchus Dykes, 
(1823-1876), M.A., Cantab, Mus.Doc., Durham, vicar of St Oswald's, 
Durham. (1851) 

t Dyson, Rev. Owen, formerly an architect ; a Dominican Friar. 



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Eaglesim, Rev. T. P. O-, (1845-1894), M.A., Worcester College, Oxford ; 
curate of St Paul's, Oxford. A Priest of the Birmingham Oratory. (1877) 

Eames, George, of South Woodford, Essex. (1899) 

Earle, Miss, daughter of the Rev. Henry J. Earle, M.A., rector of High 
Ongar, Essex. 

Earle, Rev. John Charles, (1814-1885), M.A., St Edmund's Hall, 
Oxford ; rector of Christ Church, Bradford, Wiltshire ; poet and author. 

(1851) 

Eastern, Rev. Alfred Harold, B.A., Wadham College, Oxford ; curate 
successively of St Francis, Ashton Gate, Bristol ; Codrington College and 
St Cyprian, Barbadoes, B.W.L ; St Peter's, Folkestone; chaplain at the 
Worcester Diocesan House of Mercy, Malvern Link ; and finally curate of 
St Peter's, Folkestone, Kent. (1908) 

Eastwick, Mrs Mary E. Egertpn, the authoress; daughter of 
Captain E. Bunbury Nott, R.N. ; wife of Robert William Egerton 
Eastwick, sometime Sheriff of Singapore. 

Eaton, Charles Ormston, (1827-1907), of Harrow School; M.A., 
Trinity College, Cambridge; D.L. of Tolethorpe Hall, Stamford, Rutland- 
shire ; formerly captain of the North Lincolnshire Militia; J.P. for 
Northamptonshire and Rutlandshire; son of Stephen Eaton, of Kelton 
Hall, Rutland; father of Lieutenant Stephen Ormston Eaton, late of the 
60th Rifles, son-in-law of the late Lord Edward Thynne; of Hubert Francis 
Joseph Eaton, (1864-1910), M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge, High 
Sheriff of Rutland in 1906, J.P. ; and of the Rev. Robert Ormston Eaton, 
B.A., Lond., a Priest of the Oratory and Headmaster of St Philip's 
Grammar School, Birmingham. (1860) 

Eaton, Mrs Elizabeth Jane, (1835-1909), wife of Charles Ormston 
Eaton, (1827-1907); daughter of Robert Hedley of Sidbrook and Long 
Benton. (1860) 



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Eaton, John Richard, of Harrow School; M.A., Trinity College, 
Cambridge; barrister; brother of Charles Ormston Eaton, (1827-1907), 
M.A., Cantab. (1862) 

Eaton, Mrs, wife of John Richard Eaton, M.A., Cantab. (1862) 

Eccles, Francis Yvon, author and contributor to the Quarterly Dublin 
Review. 

Eckett, S. Barton, journalist and author, of Birmingham. 

Eden, The Hon. Ashley Mori and, son of the fourth Baron 
Auckland; grandson of Sir William Eden, sixth Baronet. (1898) 

Eden, Lady Sybil Frances, wife of Sir William Eden, seventh 
Baronet; daughter of Sir William Grey, (1818-1878), K. C.S.I., lieutenant- 
governor of Bengal, and then governor of Jamaica. (1898) 

t Eden, Rev. William Martin, a Priest, formerly Professor at the 
English College, Lisbon. 

Eden, Colonel William Thomas, late of the Bombay Staff Corps ; 
youngest son of General John Eden, C.B., by Anne, only daughter of Sir 
John Caldwell, Bart. 

Edgar, Mrs Austin, of Kreithood, N.B. 

Edgar, The Misses, daughters of Mrs Austin Edgar, of Kreithood, N.B. 

Edgar, Miss Caroline E., the authoress. 

t Edgcome, Rev. Richard, a Priest of the Society of Jesus ; son of Dr 
James Edgcome, of London. (1864) 

Edgcome, Rev. William Philip, (1845-1899), a Priest of the Society 
of Jesus at St Mary's, Bristol ; son of Dr James Edgcome, of Newcastle- 
on-Tyne and then of London. (1864) 

Edger, Miss C. A., a Benedictine nun. 

Edmonds, Rev. George, a Benedictine Monk (Doni Columba) at St 
Benedict's Abbey, Fort Augustus, N.B. Educated at Abbey School, Fort 
Augustus, and S. Anselino, liome. Author of The Early Scottish Church. 

(1875) 

Edmondstoune-Cranstoun, Charles Edward Harris, (1841- 
1888), of Eton College ; B.A., Christ Church, Oxford ; youngest son of 
John Cunninghame, of Lainshaw, Ayrshire, N.B. ; be assumed the name 
of Edmonstoune-Cranstoun on succeeding, in 1869, to the estate of Core- 
house, Lanarkshire, N.B. ; father of Charles Joseph Edmondstoune- 
Cranstoun, J.P., D.L., for Lanarkshire, and Captain in the Lanarkshire 
Yeomanry. (1863) 

Edwards, Albert, engineer, Madras Railway. (1891) 

Edwards, Arthur Charles, barrister. 



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Edwards, Rev. E. Gianni, late rector of Llandawke and Pendine, South 
Wales. (1894) 

Edwards, Rev. Frederick T. A., a Priest, now retired. 

Edwards, J. B., (1823-1884), formerly Deputy-Accountant of the Bank of 
England ; an Ascribed Brother of the Order of Charity ; founder of the 
Parochial Savings Bank in connection with St Etheldreda's, Ely Place, 
London, E.G. 

Edwards, Martin, coroner of the Newport District of Monmouthshire. 

(1888) 

Edwards, Mrs, nee Moo re,, of Woodbridge, Suffolk ; wife of Parti ck J. C. 
Edwards, of Blakesley, Merton Park, Surrey. 

Egerton, Frederick Charles Christie, only son of the Vicar of 
Knottingley. (1899) 

Egerton, Rev. John Majoribanks, of Cheltenham College; M.A., 
Keble College, Oxford ; rector of Odd Rode ; Private Chamberlain to Pope 
Pius X ; eldest son of Philip Henry Egerton by Mary, daughter of Sir 
William Majoribanks, second Baronet. (1894) 

Egerton, Mrs Mary, daughter of the Hon. John Baker, of Adelaide, 
South Australia ; mother of Lieutenant Wilfrid Allan Egerton, R.K, who 
served during the late South African War. (1878) 

Egerton, Reginald Arthur, of the General Post Office ; second 
Private Secretary to Mr Henry Cecil Raikes, Postmaster-General ; 
Surveyor at the G.P.O. ; at one time Secretary to the General Post Office 
in Ireland; C.B.; son of Major-General Caledon Richard Egerton; husband 
of Mrs Mary Egerton, nee Baker. (1878) 

Egerton, Miss Ruth, the authoress ; daughter of Philip Henry 
Egerton, I.C.S., by Mary, daughter of Sir William Majoribanks, second 
Baronet ; sister of the Rev. John Marjoribanks Egerton, M.A., late Rector 
of Odd Rode. (1896) 

Elam, Rev. Edward Descou Dudley Vallance, B.A., Keble 
College, Oxford ; curate of St Augustine's, Highgate, London, N. (1903) 

Elam. Mrs. wife of the Rev. Edward D. D. Vallance Elam, B.A., Oxon. 

(1903) 

Eland, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Henry George Eland, M.A., vicar of 
Bedminster, Somerset. (1884) 

Elden, Mrs, sister of Mrs Afred Scott-Gatty. 

Eliot, Henry Arthur, M.A., Merton College, Oxford. 

Ellenborough, The Lady, Beatrice, widow of the third Baron Ellen- 
borough ; daughter of Sir Norton Knatchbull, tenth Baronet. 

Ellerby, Major, of the Royal Artillery. 



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Elliot, Stanislaus, (1850-1907), of the City of London School ; musical 
composer and organist ; for several years Professor of Music at Stonyhurst 
College, Blackburn, Lancashire. (1875) 

Ellis, The Hon. Mrs Alberta Mary, daughter of General the Hon. 
Sir Arthur Edward Hardinge, K.C.B., (1828-1892), son of the first 
Viscount Hardinge, P.C. ; wife of the Hon. Evelyn Henry Ellis, son of 
the sixth Baron Howard de Walden, G.C.B. 

Ellis, Mrs Edith, wife of Guy Ellis, solicitor ; daughter of Captain W. 
Pearce-Scrocold, late of the 66th Regt. 

Ellis, Francis Charles, M.A., Queen's College, Oxford. 

Ellis, Guy, of Uppingham School; solicitor ; has held Commissions in the 
Leicestershire, and in 3rd Middlesex Artillery Volunteers; son of the late 
Alfred Ellis; for many years Treasurer of the Association for the Propa- 
gation of the Faith ; Solicitor to the Catholic Education Council. 

t Ellis, John, M.A., St John's College, Oxford. (1846) 

t Elmes, George, of Cushintown, co. Wexford, Ireland. (1853) 

Elrington, Rev. G. Aidan, of Sherborne School and King's College, 
London ; D.Sc. of Louvain University ; F.L.S. ; a Dominican Friar till 
recently at Hawkesyard Priory, Rugeley, Staffordshire ; now Professor of 
Scripture at the newly-erected International Dominican College of San 
Clemente in Rome ; eon of Lieutenant -General Frederick R. Elrington, 
C.B., by a daughter of George Best, of Eastbury Manor, Guildford, Surrey. 

(1893) 

Elton, Commander Frederick, of the Royal Navy. 

Elwell, Mrs, wife of an Anglican clergyman. 

Embury, John Henry, B.A., St Edmund's Hall, Oxford. (1885) 

Emery, Charles Frederick, Treasurer of the Guild of Our Lady of 
Ransom for the Conversion of England. (1878) 

Emly, The Lord, (1812-1894), William Monsell, first Baron; P.C.; of 
Harrow School and Winchester College ; M.A., Oriel College, Oxford ; 
Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies and Postmaster-General during 
Mr Gladstone's administrations ; Lord-Lieutenant and Gustos Rotulorum 
for co. Limerick ; son of William Monsell, of Tervoe, Limerick ; grandson 
of Sir John Allen Johnson Walsh, second Baronet. (1850) 

Emmet, Commander Cherry, descendant of Robert Emmet, (1778- 
1803) ; father-in-law of General Louis Botha, Premier of South Africa. 

(1903) 

Encombe, Viscount, (1870-1900), John Scott; of Winchester College; 
B.A., .Magdalen College, Oxford ; officer of the 3rd Northumberland 
Fusiliers; at ono time Assistant Private Secretary to Lord Goschen, when 
first Lord of the Admiralty ; eldest son of the third Earl of Eldon ; son- 
in-law of the fifteenth Baron Lovat. (1897) 
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England, Paul, musician, composer, and poet. (1907) 

Engledow, Charles John, of Cambridge University ; formerly A.D.C. 
to the Governor of the Windward Isles and a Captain in the Barbados 
Militia ; High Sheriff of co. Carlow for 1893 ; J.P. for cos. Carlow and 
Kildare ; was for five years M.P. for North Kildare, now of Burton Hall, 
co. Carlow; son of the Rev. W. H. Engledow, LL.D., and Clara, daughter 
of John Boyd, J.P. 

t Ensor, Captain, of the Royal Navy. (1845) 

Errington, George Henry Francis, B.A., Queen's College, Oxford. 

(1894) 

Erskine, Mrs Amy Gertrude, daughter of Lieutenant-General Robert 
Bruce, brother of the first Baron Aberdare, by Ra chel Frances, daughter 
of the late Richard Corbet, second son of the first Baronet ; wife of 
Thomas Edward Erskine, British Vice-Consul at Chicago, U.S.A., and 
children. 

Erskine, Rev. George Eden Biber, (1802-1866), of Dryburgh Abbey, 
St Boswell's, N.B. ; M.A., Merton College, Oxford ; formerly an Anglican 
clergyman ; descendant of the Earls of Mar and Buchan, and oi' Baron 
Erskine. (1854) 

Erskine, The Hon. Stuart Ruadri, Gaelic and English man of 
letters, editor of Am Bard, the nationalist Gaelic Newspaper ; second son 
of the fifth Baron Erskine. (1897) 

Erskine, Thomas Edward, British Vice-Consul at Chicago, U.S.A. ; 
second son of the Rev. Thomas Erskine, (1828-1878), by Emmeline Augusta, 
daughter of Henry John Adeane, of Babraham Hall, Cambridgeshire ; 
great-grandson of the late Hon. Thomas Erskine. 



Eskrigge, Rev. John B., curate of The Annunciation, Brighton, Sussex ; 
a Priest (Oblate of St Charles) at St Francis, Pottery Lane, Notting Hill, 
London, W. (1881) 



Estcourt, The Very Rev. Edgar Edmund, (1815-1884), M.A., 
Exeter College, Oxford ; curate at Cirencester, Somersetshire. A Priest 
and Canon at St Chad's Cathedral, Birmingham ; author; son of the Rev. 
Edmund William Estcourt, M.A., rector of Long Newnton, Wiltshire, 
and of Shipton Moyne, Gloucestershire ; grandson of the second Viscount 
Grimston, ancestor of the first Earl of Verulam. (1845) 

Euan-Smith, Colonel Sir Charles Bean, K.C.B., Hon. Fellow of 
St John's College, Oxford ; served in the Abyssinian and Afghan Wars ; 
C.S.I., D.C.L. ; successively Secretary to Sir F. Goldsmid's Special Mission 
to Persia ; Military attache and Private Secretary to Sir Bartle Frere's 
Special Anti-Slave Trade Mission ; First Assistant Resident at Hyderabad ; 
Chief Political Officer with Ghazni Field Force, and with Sir Frederick 
Robert's Force on march from Kabul to Kandahar ; formerly Resident at 
Oodeypore, Bhurtpore and Dholepore; was Consul-General at Zanzibar, 
and Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Morocco ; 
Minister at Bogota, Columbia, South America, (1908) 



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Euan-Smith, Lady Edith, wife of Colonel Sir Charles Bean Euan- 
Smith, K.C.B. ; daughter of General Frederick Alexander, R.A. ; musical 
composer. (1898) 

Eustace, Mrs, of Newtown, Tullon, co. Car low, Ireland ; daughter of 
General Sir Maurice Stack. 

Evans, Charles Smart, (1778-1849), the vocalist and musical com- 
poser ; at one time chorister of the Chapel Royal, London. (1808) 

Evans, Miss Francisca, of Newport, Monmouthshire ; a nun at 
Bayeux, France. (1887) 

Evans, Rev. Theodore, a Priest of the Society of Jesus at the Church 
of the Sacred Heart, Leeds, Yorkshire. (1891) 

Evans, Rev. William, M.A., Brasenose College, Oxford ; curate at 
Roath, Cardiff, South Wales. (1898) 

Evans, Mrs, wife of Captain Arthur Evans, of Llangibly Court, 
Monmouthshire. (1896) 

EveSegh, Major Edmund George, of the Royal Marine Light 
Infantry; son-in-law of General Hamond Weston Gwyn. (1908) 

t Evershed, Dr Charles Lambert, of Arundel, Sussex. 
Evershed, Mrs, wife of Dr Charles Lambert Evershed, of Arundel. 

Evershed, Rev. Douglas St George, a Priest at SS. Peter and 
Paul, Bolton, Lancashire ; now chaplain to Crumpsall Workhouse, 
Manchester ; son of Dr Charles Lambert Evershed, of Arundel. 

Ewart, Dr. 

Eye, Rev. William, B.A., Oxon ; curate of St George's, London, E. 

t Eyston, Mrs, wife of Charles Eyston, of Buckland, Farringdon, Bed- 
fordshire. (1887) 

yston, Mrs, wife of Edward Eyston, of Manor House, Brampton, 
Oxfordshire. (1887) 



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FABER, Rev. Frederick William, (1814-1863), of Shrewsbury and 
Harrow Schools ; M.A., winner of the Johnson Divinity Scholarships, and 
Fellow of University College, Oxford ; rector of Elton, Huntingdonshire. 
A Priest and for some time Superior of the Brompton Oratory ; poet and 
ascetical writer ; D.D., of Home ; son of Thomas Henry Faber, secretary 
to the Right Rev. Dr Shute Barrington, (1734-1826), Lord Bishop of 
Durham ; grandson of the Rev. Thomas Faber, M.A., Incumbent of 
Calverley, Yorkshire. (1845) 

t Faber, Major, brother of the Rev. Frederick William Faber, (1814- 
1863), a Priest of the Brompton Oratory. (1848) 

Fagge, Mrs Jessie, nee Clark ; second wife of the Rev. John Frederick 
Fagge, (1814-1884), formerly Vicar of Aston Cantlow, Warwickshire; with 
her four sons and five daughters, one of the latter, now deceased, was a 
nun of the Sacred Heart. (1877) 

Fagge, Rev. John Frederick, (1814-1884), M.A., University College, 
Oxford ; Vicar of Aston Cantlow, Warwickshire ; fourth son of the late 
Rev. Sir John Fagge, M.A., Oxon, sixth Baronet of Myshole, Kent, and 
Rector of Chartham in the same county. (1877) 

Fagge, Miss Mary, a Carmelite nun at St Mary's Convent, Wells, 
Somersetshire ; daughter of the Rev. John Frederick Fagge, (1814-1884), 
Vicar of Aston Cantlow, Warwickshire, by his first wife Rosa Emily 
Ward ; the first member of the family to join the Church. (1877) 

Fairhall, Miss, late of the Anglican Sisterhood of Kilburn Orphanage; 
London, W. (1895) 

Fairlie, Francis Archibald, of Trinity College, Glenalmond; son of 
Colonel James Ogilvy Fairlie, of the 2nd Life Guards, and J.P. and D.L., 
of Coodham, Ayrshire, X.B. (1875) 

Fairlie, James Ogilvie Reginald, of Myres Castle, Auchtermuchty, 
N.B. ; B.A., Christ Church, Oxford ; Private Chamberlain to Popes Leo 
XIII and Pius X ; J.P., for Fifeshire ; third son of Colonel James Ogilvie 
Fairlie of the 2nd Life Guards and J.P. and D.L., of Coodham, Ayrshire. 

(1874) 



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Fairlie, Mrs Jane Mary, wife of the preceding; daughter of John 
Buchanan, of Dowanhill, N.B. 

Falcon, Major Charles Gordon, of the Royal Engineers ; took part 
in the late South African War, and wag wounded at Spion Kop and 
mentioned in despatches. (1888) 

Far man, Rev. Samuel, M.A., St John's College, Cambridge ; vicar of 
St John's District Church, Colchester, and then vicar of Harwich, Essex ; 
secretary to .Mrs Mackey. (1877) 

t Farmer, Dr Gotten ham, of Hexham, Northumberland. 
Farmer, Mrs, wife of Dr Cottenham Farmer, of Hexham. 

Farmer, Rev. Henry, a Priest of the Society of Jesus at St Joseph and 
St Francis Xavier, Richmond, Yorkshire. 

Farmer, Henry, formerly organist of St Bartholomew's, Brighton, 

Sussex. (1879) 

Farren, William, (1825-1908), the well-known actor ; the " third Farren," 
who during his father's life played under the name of " William Forrester." 

(1883) 

t Farren, Mrs, his wife ; aunt of the late Nellie Farren ; and family. 

(1883) 

Fatcher, James Stansell, (1852-1900), father of the Revs. Ambrose 
and William Fatcher, Carmelite Monks. (1875) 

Fatcher, Mrs, wife of the late James Stansell Fatcher. 

Fawkes, Rev. Alfred, of Eton College ; M.A., Balliol College, Oxford ; 
curate of St Bartholomew's, Brighton. A Priest, till lately at St Mary 
Magdalen's, Brighton, Sussex ; author. (1876) 

Payers, Rev. George F. D., a Priest, (Salesian) at The Sacred Heart, 
Battersea, London, S.W. 

Feasey, Rev. Henry John, (1863-1908), formerly of Llanthony Abbey, 
North Wales ; a Benedictine Monk, (Dom Philibert) of St Augustine's 
Abbey, Ramsgate ; Fellow of the Royal Historical Society ; author. (1894) 

Fegen, Captain Frederick James, (1822-1885), of the Royal 
Navy ; C.B., J.P., of Ballinlonty, co. Tipperary, Ireland ; barrister, at one 
time' Naval Counsel to the late Admiral H.R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh, 
K.G. ; son of Captain Richard Fegen, R.N. ; father of Rear- Admiral 
Frederick Fogarty Fegen, M.V.O., J.P., for Tipperary. (1877) 

Feilding, Viscountess, (1828-1853), Louisa, daughter of David and 
Lady Emma Pennant, of Downing, Flintshire ; first wii'e of the eighth 
Earl of Denbigh. (1850) 

Feilding, Rowland Charles, of Haileybury College ; youngest son of 
the Hon. and Rev. Charles William Alexander Feilding, (1833-1893), 
(fourth son of William Basil Percy, seventh Earl of Denbigh, and Master 
of the House to Queen Adelaide), by Lucy, daughter of the late John 
Grant, of Kilgraston, Perth, N.B. ; son-in-law of Frederick Annesley 
Stapelton-Brethoi'ton, J.P., for Hants, and J.P. and D.L. for Lancashire. 



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t Felgate, Rev. William, M.A., Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge ; 
an Anglican clergyman. (1847) 

Fell, Samuel Johnson, Insurance Secretary, of Huddersfield, York- 
shire. (1900) 

Fell, Mrs, his wife ; with her two sons and three daughters. (1902) 

Fellowes, Mrs Eliza Sophia, (1815-1874), wife of Thomas Abdy 
Fellowes, of Donnington Priory, Newbury, Berkshire ; daughter of Captain 
Frederick William Rooke, K.N., of Lackham House, Wiltshire. (1856) 

Fellowes, The Misses, daughters of the late Mrs Eliza Sophia Fellowes. 

(1856) 

Fellows, Reginald Bruce, of Eton College ; M.A., L.L.M., Trinity 
College, Cambridge ; banister, Middle Temple 1900 ; Assistant Dis- 
trict Auditor of the Local Government Board 1897 ; Auditor 1901-1906. 



At present preparing for the priesthood; son of Colonel Robert Bruce, 
C.B., till lately Chief Clerk to the Privy Council Office, J.P. for Hertford- 
shire, for thirty-seven years in the Hertfordshire Militia which he com- 



C.B., till lately Chief Clerk to the Privy Council Office, J.P. for Hertford- 
shire, for thirty-seven years in the Hertfordshire Militia which he com- 
manded for fifteen years. (1898) 

Fenn, Rev. Thomas William, (1830-1908), a Priest, till recently in 
charge of St Joseph, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire. 

Fennings, Dr Allen, member of the British Medical Association; of 
Notting Hill, London, AY. ; at one time House-Surgeon at Charing Cross 
Hospital. 

Fenn ings, Mrs, wife of Dr Allen Fennings ; and family. 

Fenton, Rev. Robert George, (1820-1873), of Gloucester ; a Dominican 
lay-brother at Woodchester Priory, Gloucestershire. (1853) 

Fenwick, V. J., M.A., Caius and Gonville College, Cambridge. 

Ferguson, Surgeon-General Charles Johnston, (1831-1890), of 
the Medical Stafi Corps. (1867) 

Ferguson, Captain E. F. T., late of the Indian Army. 

Ferguson, Rev. Edward, of St Mary's Episcopal Cathedral, Edin- 
burgh, N.B. (1898) 

Ferguson, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Edward Ferguson. (1898) 

Ferrario, Mrs Flora, sister of George Craig Saunders Pauling, contractor 
for Railways and Public Works. 

Ferrars, Hugh Norman, foundation Scholar of Sherborne School ; 
M.A., first class in History, King's College, Cambridge ; barrister at Hong 
Kong. 

Fetherstone, Robert, B.A., Trinity College, Dublin; J.P., for co. 
Limerick, Ireland. 



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ffrench, Miss Kathleen Emily Sophie Alexandra, of Monivae 
Castle, Athenry, co. Gal way, Ireland ; only child of Robert Percy ffrench ; 
granddaughter of Colonel Alexander de Kindiakoff. 

ffrench, Miss M. Rosamund, cousin of Miss Kathleen Emily Sophie 
Alexandra ffrench, of Monivae Castle. (1889) 

ffrench, Robert Percy, (1832-1896), relative of Miss Rosamund M. 
ffrench ; of the Diplomatic Service ; Knight of Malta ; charge d'affaires at 
Vienna. 

Pickling;, Rev. Duncan, a Priest till lately at St James the Less, Raw- 
tenstall, Manchester, now in charge of St Joseph's, Todmorden, Lanca- 
shire. (1893) 

Field, Rev. Alfred James Perrott, M.A., St John's College, 
Cambridge ; successively curate of Holy Trinity, South Wimbledon ; St 
Luke's, Jersey ; St Saviour's, Cheetham, Manchester ; Holy Trinity, 
Stratford-on-Avon, (with charge of Luddington) ; Priest-in-charge of 
Wilmcote, Stratford-on-Avon ; curate of All Saints, Margaret Street, 
London W, and Headmaster of Resident Choir School ; from 1904 
Vicar of All Saints, Ravensden, Bedfordshire. (1909) 

Field, Henry Ibbot, (1797-1848), of Bath Grammar School ; the well- 
known pianist. (1835) 

t Field, James Philip, journalist and manager of The Sydney Nation, 
New South Wales. (1859) 

Fielder, Miss, daughter of General Fielder ; a nurse in the Jubilee 
Institution, Dublin. 

Fieldwick, Robert Wulstan, of Cromer House, Putney, London, 

Filmer, Rev. John Henry, B.A., King's College, London ; curate of 
St Margaret's, Roath, Cardiff, South Wales. A Priest, (Diocesan Missionary 
of Our Lady of Compassion) till lately at The Close, Saffron Walden, Essex; 
now at The Sacred Heart, Caterham, Surrey. (1900) 

Fincham, Dr George Thomas, (1818-1890), of Westminster School; 
M.A., St John's College, Oxford ; F.R.C.P. ; Senior Physician to Westminster 
Hospital. (1855) 

t Fincham, Mrs, wife of Dr George Thomas Fincham, (1818-1890), M.A., 
Oxon. (1855) 

t Finlason, William Frederick, barrister. (1849) 

t Finlason, Mrs, wife of William Frederick Finlason. (1849) 

t Firebrace, James, barrister ; brother of the Hon. Samuel Firebrace 
(1800-1849), LL.D. (1848 



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Firebrace, The Hon. Samuel, (1800-1849), LL.D., of Leyden 
University ; second Puisne Judge in Denierara, British Guiana ; with his 
three sons and three daughters. (1845) 

t Firth, Rev. John Antony, B.A., Trinity College, Dublin; curate of 
Greeting St Peter's, Suffolk. (1903) 

Fischer, Ernest, formerly of Claybury, Essex. 

Fish, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Canon J. Leonard Fish, M.A., rector of St 
Gabriel's, Fenchurch with St Margaret Pattens, London E.G. ; and her 
children. (1880) 

Fisher, Miss, daughter of the Rev. Canon Fisher, M.A., Vicar of St 
Peter's, Bournemouth, Hampshire. (1893) 

Fisher, J. Brewster, the artist. 

Fisher, Mrs, wife of J. Brewster Fisher. 

Fisher, William, of Swindon ; musical composer. (1899) 

Fitch, Rev. Thomas Henry, (1822-1907), of University College, 
London ; a Priest (Marist) at Notre Dame de France, Leicester Place, 
Lcifostcr Square, London, W.C. ; for several years in charge of tho 
Catholic University School, Dublin ; son of Thomas Fitch, of Colchester, 
Essex, and brother of Sir Joshua Girling Fitch, the well-known educa- 
tionalist and author. (1855) 

t Fitzgerald, Sir Edward. (1850) 

Fitzgerald, Gerald Charles Purcell, M.A., Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge ; son of Edward Fitzgerald, (1809-1883), B.A.., Cantab, the poet 
and translator of Omar Khayyam. 

Fitzgerald, Gerald, cousin of Gerald Charles Purcell Fitzgerald, M.A., 
Cantab. 

Fitzgerald, Miss Geraldine, sister of William Penrose Fitzgerald, of 
Corkbegg Castle, co. Cork, Ireland. 

Fitzgerald, Miss, daughter of Dr Fitzgerald. 

Fitzgerald, Field-Marshall Sir John Foster, (1784 1877), G.C.B. ; 
fought during the Peninsular War ; held commands in India and Canada ; 
at one time M.P. for co. Clare, Ireland. (1849) 

t Fitzgerald, Miss Mary, a nun of the Congregation of the Sacred 
Heart, France. (1858) 

Fitzgerald, The Hon. Mrs Percy, ( -1876), Hon. Dorcas Skeffing- 
ton, daughter of the tenth Viscount Massereene and Ferrard, K.P. ; wife 
of Percy Hetherington Fitzgerald, the author, F.S.A., M.A., Trinity 
College, Dublin. (1859) 



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Fitzgerald, Mrs, wife of Thomas Edward Fitzgerald, barrister. (1906) 

Fitzpatrick, Lady Mary, daughter of Colonel H. Butter, of the 94th 
Regt. ; wife of Sir Dennis Fitzpatrick, K. O.S.I. ; Member of the Council of 
India, was Chief Commissioner of Assam ; Resident at Hyderabad and 
Lieutenant-Go vernor of the Punjab. 

t Fitzpatrick, The Hon. Richard, son of the last Earl of Upper 
Ossory. 

Fitzwilliam, Lady Alice Mary, fourth daughter of the sixth Earl 
Fitzwilliain ; granddaughter of the nineteenth Earl of Morton. (1900) 

t Flamstead, Colonel. 

Flamstead, Mrs, wife of Colonel Flamstead. 

Flesher, John Henry, M.A., Christ College, Cambridge. 






Fletcher, Miss Constance, grand-niece of the Rev. Dr Edward 
Bouverie Pusey, (1800-1882) one of the leaders of the Oxford Movement. 

(1896) 

Fletcher, Miss Margaret, daughter of the Rev. C. J. Fletcher, M.A.> 
formerly Rector of Carfax, Oxfordshire ; authoress and editor of The 
Crucible. (1898) 



Fletcher, Rev. Philip, M.A., Exeter College, Oxford; curate of St 
Bartholomew's, Brighton, Sussex ; a Priest in the Westminster Archdiocese, 
Master and founder with Mr Lister Maurice Drurumond, of the Guild of 
Our Lady of Ransom for the Conversion of England ; fifth son of Sir 
Henry Fletcher, third Baronet, of Hani Manor, Angmering, Sussex. (1878) 

Fletcher, Miss, sister of the Rev. Philip Fletcher, M.A., Oxon, and of 
Sir Henry Fletcher, fourth Baronet. (1899) 

Fletcher, Miss Philippa, daughter of the Rev. C. J. Fletcher, M.A., 
formerly Rector of Carfax, Oxfordshire. (1898) 

Flint, Miss, an Anglican nun at Clewer Convent, near Windsor; sister of 
Captain Flint, R.A. (1889) 

Flint, Miss Constance, sister of Captain Flint, R.A. (1885) 

Flockhart, John Francis, B.A., Jesus College, Cambridge. 

Flowers, George French, (1811-1872), B.A., Mus.Doc., Lincoln 
College, Oxford ; musical composer; founder of the Contrapuntists' Society ; 
son of the Rev. Field Flowers, M.A., Oxon, rector of Partney, Lincolnshire ; 
brother of Frederick Flowers, (1810-1886), barrister, Recorder of Stamford, 
and then Magistrate at Bow Street, London, W.C. (1869) 

t Fooks, Octavius Edward, father of Edward John Fooks, solicitor, 
of the firm of Fooks, Chadwick, Arnold and Fooks. (1850) 



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Floyd, John Arthur, of Bury St Edmunds, Sufi (1897) 

Floyer, Rev. Thomas Burnes, M.A. Oxon; an Anglican curate ; J.P. 
for Staffordshire. 

Foley, Lady Emily, (1805-1879) Lady Emily Graham ; daughter of the 
third Duke of Mont rose K.G. ; wife of Eward Thomas Foley, of Stoke 
Edith Park, Herefordshire. (1850) 

Foley, Rev. Henry, (1811-1891), formerly a solicitor ; a Jesuit lay-brother ; 
author of Records of the English Province of the Society of Jesus; son of the 
Rev. John Foley, M.A., cur ate- in- charge of Astley, Worcestshire. (1846) 

Foljambe, Mrs Savile, relative of Selina, Viscountess Milton, daughter 
of the third Earl of Liverpool, wife of Viscount Milton, son of the fifth 
Earl Fitzwilliam and then married to George Savile Foljambe, of Ha/el- 
beach Hall, Northamptonshire. (1850) 

t Foljambe, Miss Catherine Savile, daughter of Mrs Savile 
Foljambe. (1850) 

Forbes, Dr, of London. 

t Forbes, Miss Christina, of Inverernan, Aberdeenshire, N.B. 

Forbes, Miss, daughter of the Rev. William Forbes, M.A., formerly 
rector of Manchester, Jamaica, B.W.I. (1878) 

Forbes, Reginald, grandson of Sir William Forbes, sixth Baronet of 
Pitsligo, and cousin of the Bishop of Brechin, N.B. 

Forbes, Miss Ruth, daughter of the Rev. William Forbes, M.A., lato 
rector of Manchester, Jamaica, B.W.I. (1878) 

Forbes-Robertson, Miss, sister of the well-known actor and of Mrs 
Henry Dawes Harrod, of Amlwch, Anglesea, North Wales. 

t Ford, Rev. Frederick William, B.A., Cantab ; an Anglican vicar. 

(1857) 
Ford, Rev. George, M.A., Oxon ; curate of St Mary's, Soho, London, W. 

Ford, James, (1813-1889), J.P. of Wrayall Court, Somersetshire; for 
twenty-six years Alderman for Bristol ; father of Andrew Hamill Ford, 
J.P.; and of the Right Rev. Hugh Edmund Ford, a Benedictine Monk and 
Abbot at St Benedict's Priory, Ealing, London, W., author. (1849) 

Ford, Miss Mary Dominica, a nun and foundress of St Margaret's 

Home. 

Forman, Dr, of London. (1860) 

Formby, Rev. Henry, (1816-1884), of Charterhouse School; M.A., 
Brasenose College, Oxford ; vicar of Ruardean, Gloucestershire ; author. 
A Priest, for many years chaplain at the Dominican Priory of St Peter, 
Hinckley, Leicestershire ; son of Henry Grenehalgh Formby, of Formby 
Hall, Lancashire. (1846) 



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Forster, Rev. Charles John Prate, B.A., Oriel College, Oxford ; 
curate of Stoke Abbas, Dorsetshire. (1860) 

Forster, Mrs. wife of the Rev. Charles John Prate Forster, B.A., Oxon. 

(1860) 

Forster, Mrs, wife of General Forster, formerly Secretary to H.R.H. the 
late Duke of Cambridge, K.G. 

t Forster, Mrs, wife of Dr Thomas Forster. 

t Forster, Edward, son of Dr Thomas Forster. 

Forster, Mrs Elizabeth M. R., daughter of E. L. S. Ben/on ; wife of 
W. Stuart Forster. (1887) 

Forster, Dr Thomas Ignatius Maria, (1789-1860), B.A. ; M.B., 
Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; naturalist, astronomer and poet, 
Member of the Astronomical Society of London and of the Academy of 
Natural Sciences of Philadelphia ; son of Thomas Furly Forster, (1761- 
1825), the botanist, author and original member of the Linnean Society. 

(1820) 

Fortescue, Rev. Edward Bowles Knottesford, (1816-1877), of 
Winchester College; M.A., Wadham College, Oxford; Provost of St 
Ninian's, Perth, N.B.; author; brother-in-law of the Most Rev. Dr 
Archibald Campbell Tait, (1811-1882), Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. 

(1872) 

Fortescue, Mrs Gertrude Mary, (1839-1885), wife of the Rev. 
Edward Bowles Knottesford Fortescue (1816-1877), M.A., Oxon. ; daughter 
of the Rev. Sanderson Robins, M.A., an Anglican clergyman ; grand- 
daughter of Lady Caroline Barham ; mother of the Rev. Adrian Fortescue, 
D.D., D.Ph., a Priest at the Garden City, Letchworth, Hertfordshire, 
author and orientalist. (1872) 

Fortescue, Mrs Sophia Charlotte, wife of the late Captain Edmund 
Fortescue, of the 1st Batt. Rifle Brigade ; daughter of Sir George Albert de 
Hochepied-Larpent, third and last Baronet. (1887) 



Fortescue, Miss, daughter of the late Captain Edmund Fortescue, of the 
1st Batt. Rifle Brigade. (1887) 

Fosberry, Miss Florence, of Clorane, Adare, co. Limerick, Ireland. 

(1875) 
Fosberry, Miss, niece of Miss Florence Fosberry. (1880) 

Fosbery, Miss Cecilia, eldest daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel George 
Vincent Fosbery, (1832-1907), V.C., inventor of the "Paradox" gun and 
of the automatic revolver which bears his name. (1891) 

Foster, Lady, wife of Sir Charles Foster, Bart. 

Foster, Rev. Charles George, (1835-1904), of Christ's Hospital; 
M.A., Magdalen Hall, Oxford; curate of St Martin's, Scarborough, 
Yorkshire. A Priest at St James', Spanish Place, London, W. (1886) 



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t Foster, George Harvey, of Sheffield, Yorkshire; benefactor In 
several Catholic Missions. (1894) 

Foster, Harvey, M.A., Peterhouse, Cambridge ; of the Indian Civil 
Service. 

Foster, Thomas, LL.D., Trinity College, Cambridge. 
Foster, Thomas, a Quaker ; author of The Perpetual Calendar. 
Foster, William, solicitor, of Alnwick, Northumberland. 
Fothergill, Joseph, of Wickham Park, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

Fothergill, Rev. William, M.A., Oxon; curate of St Paul's, Knights- 
bridge, London, \Y. (1859) 

Foulds, Miss Josephine, of Old Hall, Broom Hall Park; foundress of 
the " Legitimist Forget-me-not Club." (1900) 

Foulkes, Mrs, widow of a former Vicar of St Mary's, Oxford. 

Fountaine, Miss, daughter of Andrew Fountaine, D.L., of Narford 
Hall, Swaffharn, Norfolk, formerly High Sheriff of that county. 

Powell, Rev. Charles Wellesley, vicar of Otter ford, Chard, 
Somersetshire ; and then of Gorton, Lowestoft, Suffolk ; younger son < >f 
Rear-Admiral William Newton Fowell, of Fowellscombe, Devonshire. (1887) 

Fowell, Mrs Frances, wife of the Rev. Charles Wellesley Fowell; 
eldest daughter of the Kev. Charles Leigh-Pemberton, M.A., rector of 
Curry Mallet, Taunton, Somersetshire ; mother of the Kev. Newton 
Digby Fowell, a Priest at the Church of the Holy Ghost, Balham, London, 
S.W. (1887) 

Fowke, Mrs Dora, widow of Richardson Fowke, of Singapore. (1904) 

Fowler, Miss Amy C., daughter of the Rev. F. W. Fowler, M.A., at 
one time chaplain of the Bath Union Workhouse ; for some time matron 
of Father Damien's Leper Hospital. (1882) 

Fowler, Mrs, sister of George Craig Saunders Pauling, contractor for 
Railways and Public Works. 

Fownes, Rev. John Edward Curtis, M.A., Pembroke College, 
Oxford; curate of St Mary Woolnoth, London, E.C. (1890) 

Fox, Dr Charles James, of London. 

Fox, Mrs, wife of Dr Charles Fox. 
Fox, Dr Francis, of London. 

Fox, Mrs J. A., youngest daughter of Count W. F. Wratislaw, of Rugby. 

Fox, Rev. Lawrence C. Prideaux, ( -1905), member of a Quaker 
family; a dentist; then a Priest, (Oblate of Mary Immaculate) at the 
English Martyrs, Tower Hill, London, E.C. ; till lately in the United 

States. 



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Fox, Miss, daughter of Dr Fox, of Falmouth, Devonshire ; a Quaker, 
now a nun. 

Fox, Miss Sophia, daughter of Dr Fox, of Falmouth. 

France, Miss Ellen, ( ), who built the Catholic Church, (St 

Peter's), at Leamington, Warwickshire. (1854) 

Frances, The Rev. Mother Mary, formerly an Anglican Abbess of 
Mill Hill, a branch of the East Grinstead Sisterhood. 

Francillon, Robert Edward, of Cheltenham College; L.L.M., Senior 
in Law Tripos, Trinity Hall, Cambridge ; barrister ; novelist and journalist, 
for over twenty years a contributor to The Globe ; eldest son of James 
Francillon (1802-1866), legal writer and Gloucestershire District County 
Court Judge. (1890) 

Francillon, Mrs Rosamond, wife of Robert Edward Francillon, 
L.L.M., Cantab ; daughter of John Barnett, (1802-1890), the singer and 
musical composer. (1899) 

Franklin, Rev. Albert Edward, of Brighton College and St Augustine's 
College, Canterbury ; successively curate attached to the Oxford Mission 
to Calcutta, 1891-94; Ferry Hill, Durham, 1894-95 ; St Matthias', Stoke 
Newington, London, N. ; 189.V96; Oxford Mission to Calcutta, 1896-98; 
Rector of St James' High School, Calcutta, 1899-1902; then curate-in- 
charge of St Mary's, Buxton, Derbyshire, 1903-05. A Priest, ordained 
in Rome, 1908 ; now attached to St Mary's Cathedral, Edinburgh, N.B. 

(1905) 

Franklin, Lady Edith, Lady Edith Cecilia Curzon-Howe, second 
daughter of General the third Earl Howe, C.B., who served in the Kami- 
War and in the Indian Mutiny ; granddaughter of Major-General the 
Hon. George Anson, M.P., (1797-1857), second son of the first Viscount 
Anson ; wife of Harry W. Franklin, son of Captain Franklin. (1894) 

Fraser, The Hon. Mrs Georgina Mary, only daughter of George 
Fieschi Heneage, of Hainton Hall, Wragley, M.P. for Lincoln ; wife of the 
late Lieutenant-Colonel the Hon. Alexander Edward Fraser, second son 
of the fourteenth Baron Lovat ; foundress of the Training Home for Young 
Servants at Brook Green, London, "W. 

Fraser, Gilbert Baird, of Holywell, St Ives, Huntingdonshire. 
Fraser, Mrs, wife of Gilbert Baird Fraser. 

Fraser, Mrs Hugh, novelist and writer of travels ; daughter of Thomas 
Crawford, (1814-1857), the American Sculptor who settled in Rome ; 
sister of Marion Crawford, (1854-1909), the novelist ; widow of Hugh 
Fraser, late British Minister to Japan. (1884) 

Fraser, Rev. James Chalmers Dean, (1850-1906), of the Academy, 
Edinburgh; B.A. Edinburgh University ; Trinity College, Glenalmond ; 
rector of Banchory-Ternan, Deeside, N.B. ; poet. A priest, (1902) 



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t Frazcr, Major. (1852) 

Frazer, Miss, formerly an Anglican nun. 

Freeland, Rev. John, Pries t-in- charge of The Holy Child Jesus and 
St Joseph, Bedford ; author. 

Freeman, Mrs Ellen Maria, nee Dickinson ; and her three children, 
among whom is Miss Winefride Freeman, the artist and exhibitor at the 
New (Jail cry and Burlington House. (1856) 

Freeman, Rev. William George, of Nonconformist parentage; 
curate of St Peter's, Plymouth, Devonshire ; husband of Mrs Ellen Maria 
Freeman. (1856) 

Fremantle, Miss Cecilia, daughter of Vice- Admiral T. F. Fremantle. 
Fremantle, Miss Emma, daughter of Vice-Admiral T. F. Fremantle. 
Freme, Lieutenant-Colonel. 
Freme, Miss, daughter of Colonel Freme. 

Fricker, The Very Rev. Mark Anthony, a Priest and Canon at St 
Mary's, Rathmines, Dublin. 

Frisbie, Captain. 

I Froude, Lieutenant Arthur Holdsworth, of the Royal Navy; 
son of William Froude, (1810-1879), engineer and naval ' architect, 
F.R.S. ; nephew of James Anthony Froude, (IM8-1K94), the historian and 
man of letters, and of the Rev. Richard Hurrell Froude, (1803-1836), 
friend of Cardinal Newman, and contributor of three of the " Tracts for the 
Times." (1861) 

Froude, Mrs Catherine Henrietta Easterbrook, ne'e Holds- 
worth ; wife of AVilliam Froude, (1810-1879), F.R.S., the engineer and 
naval architect. (1855) 

Froude, Richard Hurrell, son of William Froude, (1810-1879), F.R.S., 
the engineer and naval architect. (1859) 

Froude, Robert Edmund, of Bradfield College ; F.R.S., superintendent 
of the Admiralty Works at Haslar, Gosport ; third son of William Froude, 
(1810-1879), F.R.S., the engineer and naval architect. (1863) 

Frye, Lieutenant Arthur Henry, late of the Madras Army. (1887) 

Fu I lager, Miss, of Mount Cannel Chambers, Kensington, London, W. 

Fuller, Miss Annie Eleanor, daughter of George A. Fuller, Postal 
Surveyor of the North Midland District of England. (1886) 

Fuller, Miss Emma Blagden, daughter of George A. Fuller, Postal 
Surveyor of the North Midland District of England. (1883) 

Fuller, Rev. Harry Albert, M.A., Trinity College, Dublin; vicar of 
Llanfair, Kilgeden, Abergavenny, Wales. (1898) 



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Fuller, Miss Mary Constance, daughter of George A. Fuller, Postal 
Surveyor of the Midland District of England. (1885) 

Fuller, Mrs, wife of George A. Fuller, Postal Surveyor of the Midland 
District of England. (1882) 

t Fuller, Mrs Mary Emily, wife of the Eev. Charles James Fuller; 
M.A., late vicar of St Mary the Virgin, Primrose Hill, London, N.W. (1899) 

Fuller, Mrs, wife of Captain Charles Fuller, late of the 12th Royal 
Lancers, the sculptor ; niece of Sir William Bagge, M.P. ; mother of 
Francis Charles Bernard Dudley Fuller, C.M.G., Resident and Chief 
Commissioner in Ashanti. (1865) 

Fullerton, Major Alexander George, (1808-1907), of Eton College ; 
of Ballintoy Castle, Antrim, Ireland, and Tockington Manor, Gloucester- 
shire ; late of the Horse Guards Blue ; at one time attach^ at the British 
Embassy, Paris. (1843) 

Fullerton, Lady Georgiana, (1812-1885), Lady Georgiana Charlotte 
Leveson-Gower ; novelist and philanthropist ; she brought the Sisters of 
St Vincent de Paul to England and founded the Order of the " Poor Servants 
of the Mother of God Incarnate " ; daughter of the first Earl Granville, 
G.C.B. ; granddaughter of the fifth Duke of Devonshire ; wife of Major 
Alexander George Fullerton, (1808-1907), of Ballintoy Castle. (1846) 

Fullerton, Miss Emily, niece of Lady Georgiana Fullerton, (1812-1885), 
the novelist and philanthropist. (1884) 

Fulton, Major-General John Jeffreys, (1826 1886), G.C.B. ; of the 
Madras Staff Corps ; Chamberlain to Pope Leo XIII. 

t Fyrell, Thomas, a Government official at Singapore. (1853) 



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GABB, Baker, D.L. and J.P. of Abergavenny, Wales ; collateral 
descendant of the martyred Father Charles Baker, (1617-1679), a Priest of 
the Society of Jesus, and a victim of Titus Gates' plot, and of the 
Venerable Augustine Baker, (1575-1641), a Benedictine Monk. 

Gabb, Charles Baker, youngest son of Baker Gabb, D.L. and J.P. of 
Abergavenny ; now resident in New Zealand. 

Gabb, John Baker, eldest son of Baker Gabb, D.L. and J.P. ; Private 
Chamberlain to Pope Leo XIII, and Knight of St Gregory the Great. 

Gabb, Powell Baker, youngest son of the Rev. Baker Gabb, M.A., an 
Anglican rector. 

Gainsborough, The Earl of, (1818-1881), Charles George Noel ; 
second Earl ; M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge ; Knight of the Order of 
Christ; founder of the Cambridge Camden Society; at one time M.P. 
for Rutland ; Lord-Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum for Rutlandshire ; 
grandson of the first Earl Grey. (1851) 

Gaisford, Lady Alice, (1836-1892), Lady Alice Mary Kerr, daughter of 
the seventh Marquess of Lothian ; granddaughter of the second Earl 
Talbot ; third wife of Captain Thomas Gaisi'oid, (1816-1898) ; mother of 
Major Walter Thomas Gaisford, of the Seaforth Highlanders, who took 
part in the late Egyptian campaign, and of Hugh William Gaisford of the 
Diplomatic Service, First Secretary at the Lisbon Legation. (1853) 

Gaisford, Captain Thomas, (1816-1898), of Rugby School; B.A., 
Christ Church, Oxford ; J.P. and D.L. for Sussex ; J.P. for Wiltshire ; of 
the 79th Highlanders ; eldest son of the Very Rev. Dr Thomas Gaisford, 
(1779-1855), M.A., Dean of Christ Church, Oxford; grandson of the Rev. 
Archibald Douglas, M.A., of Salwarpe, Worcestershire ; father of Lieu- 
tenant Julian Charles Gaisford-St Lawrence, late R.N., J.P. for Sussex, 
by his second wife, Lady Emily St Lawrence, daughter of the third 
Earl of Howth; and of the Very Rev. Basil St Lawrence Gaisford, a 
Redemptorist Priest and Provincial for England, at St Mary's, Clapham, 
London, S.AV. (1858) 



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Gale, Miss A. M., niece of the second Baron Belper, P.O. ; grand-niece 
of Sir Frederick Acclom Milbank, first Baronet. (1895) 

Gale, Thomas, musical composer ; formerly organist of St Agatha's, 
Finsbury, London, N.W. ; assistant-organist at Christ Church, Clapham, 
S.W. ; now organist at St Mary's Catholic Church, Park Road, Clapham. 

(1890) 

Gallwey, Mrs Augusta, wife of Colonel Edmund Joseph Gallwey 
C.B., late of the Somersetshire Light Infantry, who took part in the Zulu 
and South African War ; daughter of A. Burtchaell, J.P., of Corbally, 
co. Clare, Ireland. 

Gallwey, Mrs Flora, wife of Colonel Patrick Fitzgerald Gallwey, R.A. ; 
daughter of Colonel Oxenden. 

Gallon, Miss, of Glengariffe, Bournemouth Hampshire 

Galton, Mrs Frances Amelia, (1826-1898), daughter of General the 
Right Hon. Sir George Arthur, (1784-1850), first Baronet, K.C.H., D.C.L. 
Oxon, Colonel of the 50th Foot, successively Governor of Honduras, Van 
Dieman's Land, Upper Canada, Bombay and Provisional Governor-General 
of India ; wife of the late Theodore Howard Galton, M.A., Cantab, J.P. 
and D.L. of Hadzor House, Worcestershire. (1860) 

t Galton, Mrs Louisa Mary, wife of the Rev. John Lincoln Galton, 
M.A., late Rector of St Sidwell's, Exeter, Devonshire. (1852) 

Galton, Theodore Howard, (1820-1881), M.A., Trinity College, 
Cambridge ; J.P. and D.L. for Worcestershire ; of Hadzor House, Worcester- 
shire ; father of Major Hubert George Howard Galton, late of the Royal 
Artillery, he served in Egypt in 1882, J.P. and County Councillor for 
Worcestershire, son-in-law of General the Hon. Sir Henry Hugh Clifford, 
V.C.; of the Right Rev. Compton Theodore Galton, of the Society of Jesus, 
Titular Bishop of Pentissus and Vicar Apostolic of Demerara ; of Howard 
Douglas Leonard Galton, B.A., Lond, barrister; and of the Rev. Charle 
Sigismund Galton, a Priest of the Society of Jesus, late Rector of The 
Immaculate Conception, Farm Street, Berkeley Square, London, W., now 
Rector of Beaumont College, Old Windsor. (1860) 

Gandy, The Very Rev. Monsignor Charles Edward, of Truro 
Theological College ; curate of St James', Plymouth and then of St 
Michael's, Edinburgh, N.B. ; Priest-in-charge of Our Lady, Star of the 
Sea, Ilfracombe, Devonshire ; Private Chamberlain to Pope Pius X ; 
formerly secretary to the Right Rev. Dr William Vaughan, (1814-1902), 
Bishop of Plymouth ; son of the Rev. James Hunter Gandy. (1888) 

t Gandy, George Alfred, son of the Rev. James Hunter Gandy. (1897) 

Gape, George William, eldest surviving son of Major James John 
Gape, (1826-1904), J.P. for Hertfordshire. (1902) 

Gape, Major James John, (1826-1904), J.P. for Hertfordshire : Lord 
of the Manors of Caxton and Croydon, Cambridgeshire ; son of George 
Gape, J.P. of St Michael's Manor, St Albans, Hertfordshire. (1874) 

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t Garcia, Mrs, nee Moon, wife of the Rev. Henry Garcia, (1835-1885), 
who after her decease became a Priest of the Society of Jesus. (1862) 

Gardiner, Rev. Lawrence Leonard, (1838-1884), a Dominican 
Friar and chaplain of the Convent of St Rose, Stroud, Gloucestershire ; 
son of John Francis Gardiner, merchant of Leicester. (1856) 

Gardiner, Mrs, wife of Captain Gardiner. 

Gardner, Hilary, formerly professor at Stonyhurst College, Blackburn, 
Lancashire. 

Garman, Dr Cornelius, (1828-1905), of Woodford, Essex. (1867) 



Garman, Mrs, wife of Dr Cornelius Garman, (1828-1905); and family 
among whom is the Rev. Henry Garman, a scholastic of the Society of 
Jesus, till recently at Stonyhurst College, Blackburn, Lancashire, now 
at St Beuno's College, St Asaph, Wales. (1867) 

Garner, Thomas, (1839-1906), architect and designer of the reredos of 
St Paul's Cathedral, London E.G. 

Garnett, Mrs Adeline, wife of Colonel Frederick Willock Garnett; 
daughter of Colonel Sir Hambleton Custance, K.C.B. 

Garnett, Arthur William, B.A., Balliol College, Oxford. 

Garnett, Rev. Edmund Peel, (1845-1896), of Eton College; M.A., 
Brasenose College, Oxford ; curate of Holy Trinity College, Oxford. 
A Priest of the Brompton Oratory, London, S.W. (1871) 

Garnett, Mrs Ethel Mildred, of Norton Hall, Worcestershire ; wife 
of Lieutenant Herbert Neville Garnett, R.N., third son of Colonel 
Frederick Willock Garnett, of Easton Lodge, Norfolk, and Chateau 
1'Echappe, Dinan, France. 

Garnett, Colonel Frederick Willock, formerly of the 85th ^Regiment 
and then Colonel of the Norfolk Regiment ; of Easton Lodge, Norfolk, and 
of Chateau 1'Echappe, Dinan, France ; father of Lieutenant Cecil Frederick 
Garnett, late of the Royal Scots Fusilers ; of the Rev. Ernest Edmund 
Garnett, a Priest-in-charge of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour and St 
Edmund, King and Martyr, Ilunstanton, Norfolk; and of Commander 
Herbert Neville Garnett, R.N.; third son of the late Robert Garnett, J.I'., 
of Moor Hall, Sutton-Coldfield ; son-in-law of Colonel Sir Hambleton 
Custance, K.C.B., of Weston Hall, Norfolk. 

Garnett, Herbert, J.P. for Norfolk ; fourth son of Robert Garnett, 
J.P., of Moor Hall, Sutton Coldfield, Warwickshire ; brother of the Rev. 
Edmund Peel Garnett, (1845-1896), a Priest of the Brompton Oratory, 
London, S.W. 

Garnett, Major Henry Percy, (1853-1908), late of the 32nd Duke of 
Cornwall's Light Infantry ; youngest son of Robert Garnett, J.P., of Moor 
Hall, Sutton Coldfield. 






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Garnett, Captain Philip. 

Garnett, Major Thomas William, late of the 85th Regiment. 

Garratt, Rev. William Frederick Henry, M.A., formerly an 

Anglican Missionary in India ; Chamberlain of the Holy House of Loretto ; 

;' Knight of St Gregory the Great ; author. (1884) 

Garrett, Reginald W. Burnhatn, of Dulwich College; B.A., King's 
College, Cambridge. (1905) 

Garrold, Rev. Richard Prys, B.A., Pope's Hall, Oxford ; a scholastic 
of the Society of Jesus, and till lately professor at St Francis Xavier's 
College, Liverpool ; now at St Beuno's College, St Asaph, North Wales ; 
author. (1897) 

Garside, Rev. Charles Brierley, (1818-1876), of Manchester Grammar 
School ; Hulme Exhibitioner, scholar, M.A., Brasenose College, Oxford ; 
curate of Tetbury, Gloucestershire ; and of Christ Church, Albany Street, 
London, W., then of All Saints', Margaret Street, London, W. A Priest at 
St Aloysius', Somers Town, London, N.W.; author; son of the late Joseph 
Garside, surgeon, Manchester. (1850) 

t Garside, Miss, daughter of the late Joseph Garside, surgeon, 
Manchester. (1854) 

t Gasson, Rev. Thomas Ignatius, a Priest of the Society of Jesus ; 
President of Boston College, U.S.A. ; formerly Professor of Ethics and 
Political Economy at the same College ; a native of England. (1874) 

Gates, Charles Leopold, brother of the Kev. Sebastian Gates, a 
Dominican Friar. 

Gates, Mrs Emma Cordelia, mother of the Rev. Sebastian Gates, 
a Dominican Friar. 

Gates, Miss Evelyn Adelaide, daughter of Mrs Emma Cordelia Gates. 

Gates, Rev. Sebastian B., a Dominican Friar at St Sebastian's 
Pendleton, Manchester. 

Gatty, Charles Tindall Scott, of Charterhouse School ; F.S.A. ; for 
twelve years Curator of the Liverpool Museum ; at one time Private 
Secretary to the third Marquess of Bute ; Supervisor of the Irish Art 
Companions ; co-Editor, with the Duke of Norfolk, of the Arundel Hymns 
son of the Rev. Alfred Gatty, D.D., vicar of Ecclesfield, Sheffield, York- 
shire, and of Mrs Margaret Gatty, (1807-1873), writer for children ; 
grandson of the Rev. Alexander John Scott, (1768-1840), B.A., Cantab, 
Naval Chaplain of the "Victory" and private Secretary to Admiral Lord 
Nelson. 

Gaunt, Miss Mary, (1856-1903), an Oblate Sister (Mary Joseph) of the 
Precious Blood, and Mother Superior of St Vincent's Home, Leeds. (1878) 



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Gaunt, Miss, sister of the preceding and a nun in the same Order. 

(1878) 

Gauntlett, Henry, of Kensington Square Mansions, London, W. ; 
formerly of the Charity Commission. 

Gauntlett, Mrs, wife of Henry Gauntlett, of London, W. 
Gauntlett, Vincent, son of Henry Gauntlett, of London, W. 

t Gavin, Mrs Jane, wife of the late Major George O'Halloran Gavin, 
of the 17th Lancers, M.P. for Limerick ; daughter of Moun tiford \Ven1 ropp, 
J.P., of Mellon House, co. Limerick ; sister-in-law of the Rev. Michael 
Gavin, a Priest of the Society of Jesus at The Immaculate Conception, 
Farm Street, Berkeley Square, London, W. 

Gawthorn, William Rees, (1816-1886), at one time Secretary to H. E. 
Cardinal Nicholas Patrick Stephen Wiseman, (1802-1865), Archbishop 
of AVestminster ; and then to the Most Kcv. l)r English, Archbishop of 
Port of Spain, Trinidad, B.W.I. ; founder of several Catholic Schools in 
the West Indies ; author, and editor of The Star of the West. (181!)) 

t Gawthorn, Mrs, wife of the late William Rees Gawthorn. (18 10) 

Gawthorn, Miss, daughter of the late William Rees Gawthorn. (1849) 
Gay ton, Miss, of Brighton ; now a Carmelite nun. 

Geary, Rev. William, a Benedictine Monk, (Dom Gabriel) hi charge of 
St Bede's, Clayton-Green, Chorley, Lancashire. (1877) 

Gerard, Colonel Archibald, (1812-1880), J.P. ; D.L., of Rochsoles, 
N.B. ; Lieutenant in the 92nd Highlanders, then Colonel in the Lanark- 
shire Yeomanry ; son of Lieutenant-Colonel John Gerard, of the Hon. 
East India Company's Service, by Montague Alison, sister of Sir Archibald 
Alison, (1792-1867), D.C.L., LL.D., F.R.S., first Baronet, the eminent 
lawyer and historian. (1848) 

Gerard, Mrs Euphemia Erskine, (1818-1870), wife of Colonel Archi- 
bald Gerard, (1812-1880); daughter of Sir John Robinson Jean Grahame ; 
mother of the Rev. John Gerard, a Priest of the Society of Jesus, for three 
years Provincial of the English Province, author, twice editor of TJie 
Month, Fellow of the Linnean Society ; of General Sir Montagu Gilbert 
Gerard, (1843-1905), R.A., K.C.B., K. C.S.I., author, who served with much 
distinction in the Abyssinian, Afghan, and Egyptian Campaigns; and of 
Madame Dorothea de Longgarde, the authoress and wife of Field-Marshal 
Julius Longard de Longgarde, of the Austrian Army ; grandmother of 
Lieutenant Gilbert Meade Gerard, of the Highland Light Infantry. (1848) 

Gerard, Mrs Mary Anne, (1811-1883), wife of Major Frederic Sewallis 
Gerard, J.P. and D.L. of As pull House, Lancashire ; daughter of the Rev. 
Thomas Wilkinson, M.A., vicar of Kirk Hallam, Derbyshire ; mother of 
Captain Frederic Gerard, late of the 23rd Regt., J.P. for Warwickshire 
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Gernon, Mrs Alice Louisa, wife of the late Colonel Henry Chester 
Gernon, J.P. of Athcarne Castle, co. Meath; daughter of Lieutenant- 
Colonel A. F. Braham; niece of Frances, Countess Waldegrave. 

Gerrard, Mrs, n<?e Goodench ; of Eyark, Euthin, North Wales. (1887) 

Gerrard, Rev. Thomas, a Priest and chaplain at Xew Hall Convent, 
Chelmsford, Essex ; author and contributor to The Dublin Review, The 
Homiletic Monthly, The N<>w York Review, The American Catholic Quarterly, 
The Month and The Catholic World. (1891) 

Gibbs, Mrs Agnes, the authoress ; wife of Philip Gibbs, author and 
journalist ; daughter of the Rev. W. Rowland, M.A., Rector of Middle 
Chinnock. (1898) 

Gibbs, Harold A. E. T., a well-known musician. (1904) 

Gibbs, Henry, of the Board of Education ; author of A Long Probation. 

Gibbs, Mrs, wife of Henry Gibba ; and family, among whom is Philip 
Gibbs, author and journalist, and at one time literary editor of The Tribune. 

Gibson, The Hon. Violet Albani, second daughter of the first Baron 
Ashbourne, P.O. ; authoress. (1902) 

Gibson, The Hon. William, of Harrow School ; Trinity College, Dublin, 
and M.A., Merton College, Oxford ; J.P., for counties Dublin and Meath ; 
founder of the Roger Bacon Society ; Vice- President of the Irish Literary 
Society ; President of the Gaelic League of London ; author and 
contributor to The Dublin Review, etc. ; eldest son of the first Baron 
Ashbourne, P.C., for several years Lord Chancellor of Ireland. (1892) 

Gibson, The Hon. Mrs, nte Marianne de Montbrison; wife of the 
Hon. William Gibson, M.A., Oxon ; sister of the Comtesse Edmund de 
Pourtales, of an ancient French Calvinist family ; daughter of Roger de 
Montbrison. (1896) 

GifFord, The Lady, Sophie Catherine, daughter of General John Alfred 
Street, C.B. ; wife of Edric Frederick Gifford, V.C., third Baron Gifford; 
an Hon. Serving Sister of the Order of St John of Jerusalem in England. 

(1908) 

Gifford, The Hon. Mrs Mary, widow of Thomas Booth, of West 
Ashby Manor, Horncastle ; wife of the Hon. Edgar Berkeley Gifford, 
second son of the second Baron Gifford ; daughter of John Osborne, Q C 

(1874) 

t Giles, Felix, father of the Rev. Charles Giles, Priest-in-charge of SS. 
Peter and Paul, Newport, Shropshire. (1863) 

Giles, Mrs, wife of the late Felix Giles; her three sons and a daughter 
who is now a nun. (1863) 

Giles, The Right Rev. Dr William, M.A., London University Rector 
of the English and Beda Colleges at Rome ; Domestic Prelate to Pope 
Leo XIII ; now titular Bishop of Philadelphia. 

Gill, Miss Mary, a nun at the Convent of the Sacred Heart, Wandswonh 
London, S.W. (1891 } 



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Gilliat, Mrs Lilian Florence Maud, daughter of Sir George Chet- 
wynd, fourth Baronet, and of Lady Florence Paget, daughter of the 
second Marquess of Anglesey, and widow of the fourth Marquess of 
Hastings ; widow of Henry Cyril Paget, (1875-1905), fifth Marquess of 
Anglesey ; wife of John Gilliat, of Honington Hall, Warwickshire. (1896) 

Gilliat-Smith, F. Ernest, of Bruges, Belgium ; author of Songs from 
Prudentius, etc. (1883) 

Gilliat-Smith, Mrs, wife of F. Ernest Gilliat-Smith ; formerly a novice 
of the East Grinstead Sisterhood. (1883) 

Gilliat-Smith, Mrs, mother of F. Ernest Gilliat-Smith. (1880) 

t Gilmour, Mrs Marian, formerly a Scotch Presbyterian; mother of 
the late Right Rev. Dr Gilmour, Catholic Bishop of Cleveland, U.S.A. 

Girdlestone, Rev. James Hammond Le Breton, M.A., St 
Edmund's Hall, Oxford ; successively curate of St Paul's, Brighton, 
Sussex, chaplain of the Devon House of Mercy at Bovey Tracey, and 
vicar of St Andrew's, Worthing, Sussex. (1906) 

Gisborne, Mrs H. F., of Derby ; sister of Lady Evans. 

t Gladstone, Miss Helen Jane, sister of the Right Hoa William 
Ewart Gladstone, (1809-1898), statesman, author, and four times Prime 
Minister of England. 

t Gladstone, Hugh, grandson of Sir Thomas Gladstone, second Baronet 
and brother of the Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone. 

t Gladstone, Miss Lucy, sister of the Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone. 

(1842) 

Gladstone; Mrs, wife of Francis Edward Gladstone, Mus.Bac. ; Cantab. 

Glasson, William J. Wharton, M.A., Bursar of St John's College, 
Oxford. (1888) 

Glasson, Mrs, wife of W. J. W. Glasson, M.A., Oxon; and family, among 
whom is Lieutenant Bernard Glasson of the Antrim Artillery. (1888) 

Gledhill, Rev. Adolphus Ethelbert, M.A., Caius and Gonville 
College, Cambridge ; curate of Hornslea, Yorkshire. (1899) 

Glen, Mrs, wife of Alexander Glen, M.A., barrister, of Sylvester, Wood- 
forol, Essex. (1902) 

Glennie, The Very Rev. John Melville, (181G-1878), M.A., St 
Mary's Hall, Oxford ; Perpetual Curate of Mark, Somersetshire. A Priest 
and Canon. (1845) 

t Godard, John, celebrated in early photography. 

Goddard, The Right Rev. Monsignor Isaac, (1836-1909), of 
London University. A Priest, successively at Bermondsey, Chatham, 
Gravesend, Port Guernsey, Bromley, St Mary Cray ; Vice-President of St 
Edmund's College, Ware ; and then in charge of St Mary's, Chiselhurst, 
for over twenty-two years chaplain to the Empress Eugenie ; Domestic 
Prelate to Pope Leo XIII ; author. 



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t Goddard, Miss Hannah, sister of Monsignor Goddard. 

Godfrey, Mrs Margaret Cleland, of Whetson, Newport, Wales ; 
cousin of the second Baron Inverclyde. (1893) 

Godley, Rev. Richard James Dyne, M.A., Emmanuel College, 
Cambridge ; curate of St John's, Bathwick, Bath, Somersetshire. (1883) 

Goff, Mrs Clarissa Catherine, wife of Colonel R. C. Goff, late of the 
Coldstream Guards ; daughter of the eighth Baron de Hochepied Larpent, 
by his wife Catherine, daughter of the late Sir P. M. Melville, K.C.B. 

(1897) 

Goldie, Rev. Alexander R., M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge ; 
successively rector of Elvaston, Derby ; and of Gawsworth, Macclesfield, 
Cheshire. (1907) 

Goldie, Mrs Sophia, (1752-1828), daughter of Captain William 
M'Dougall, R.X., brother of Patrick, fifth Earl of Dumfries ; wife of 
Captain J. Osborne; then of George Sharpe Goldie, younger son of Thomas 
Goldie, of Goldie Lea, co. Dumfries, by his second wife, Henrietta Sharpe, 
of Hoddam Castle ; mother of Dr George Goldie, (1784-1853), author and 
archaeologist ; grandmother of George Goldie, (1828-1887), the eminent 
architect; Charles Goldie, (1835-1906), the well-known artist; the Very 
Rev. Monsignor Edward Canon Goldie, (1830-1896) ; the Rev. Francis 
Goldie, a Priest of the Society of Jesus at St Walburge's, Preston, 
author, for some years on the staff of the Month ; and of the Rev. 
Mother Mary Walburga, a nun at St Mary's Convent, York. (1789) 

Gelding-Bird, Rev. John Percival, M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge; 
late chaplain to the second Viscount Halifax, President of the English 
Church Union. A Benedictine Monk (Dom Augustine) in charge of Our 
Lady and St Benedict, Birchington, Kent; till lately at San Silvestro 
in Capite, Rome. (1900) 

t Goldney, Arthur Charles Nelson, surgeon. (1899) 

t Goltz, Rev. Dr George, M.A., Christ College, Cambridge ; rector of 
Christ Church, Southwark, London, S.E. (1850) 

Golds tone, Mrs Frances, (1795-1868), daughter of William and Lucy 
Clarke ; wife of William Bryant Goldstone ; mother of the Rev. William 
Golds tone, (1826-1905), M.A., Oxon, and curate of St Michael's, Wakefield, 
Yorkshire. (1861) 

Goldstone, Mrs Frances Elizabeth, daughter of Edwin and Eliza 
Bosanquet ; wife of the Rev. William Goldstone, (1826-1905), M.A., Oxon, 
and Curate of St Michael's, Wakefield, Yorkshire. (1868) 

Goldstone, Rev. William, (1826-1905), of Bath Grammar School ; M.A., 
Lincoln College, Oxford ; curate of St Michael's, Wakefield, Yorkshire ; 
son of William Bryant and Frances Goldstone. (1869) 

t Goldsmith, Nathaniel Alfred, M.A., Exeter College, Oxford. 

(1850) 
t Goldsmith, Mrs, wife of Nathaniel Goldsmith, M.A., Oxon. (1850, 



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Gonne, Miss Maude, the Irish Patriot. (1903) 

t Gooch, Captain, of the Royal Navy. (1846) 

Gooch, Miss, daughter of Captain Gooch, R.N. (1846) 

1 Good, Captain, of the Royal Navy. (1849) 

Goodfellow, General Charles Augustus, V.C., formerly of the 
Royal Bombay Engineers ; won his Victoria Cross for valour during the 
Indian Mutiny in which he took part with the Central India Field Force ; 
he also served in the Abyssinian campaign ; J.P. for Kent ; son of General 
W. B. Goodfellow, R.E. (1867) 

Goodrich, Rev. James, a Priest of the Pious Society of Missions at 
Monte Video, South America. 

Goodrich, Rev. Lionel, formerly a barrister ; a Priest and chaplain to 
the Visitation Convent, Harrow, Middlesex. 

t Goodwin, Rev. Thomas Gordon, of Christ Church, Oxford ; a Priest, 
chaplain at Tooting College, London, S.W., then at the Sacred Heart, 
Brighton, Sussex, and finally in charge of St Philip Neri, Uckfield, Sussex ; 
author. (1884) 

Goolden, David Henry, solicitor. 
Goolden, Mrs, wife of David Henry Goolden. 

Go p pet, Charles Edward, for ten years churchwarden of St John's 
Anglican Church, Hammersmith, London, W. (1895) 

t Gordon, Rev. Arthur Byrom, M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge; 
an Anglican curate. A Priest. 

Gordon, Rev. Charles Dickens, Theological Associate of King's 
College, London ; Vicar of Walsham-le-Willows, Bury St Edmunds, 
Suffolk ; Private Secretary to Lord Milner ; contributor to The Westminster 
Gazette and other periodicals ; godson of Charles Dickens, (1812-1870), the 
novelist; grandson of Professor John Wilson, (1785-1854), "Christopher 
North" the poet and author; also of Professor William Edmondstone 
Aytoun, (1813-1865), the poet. (1900) 

Gordon, Miss E. A., of Oldbury, Bridgnorth, Shropshire. (1891) 

t Gordon, The Very Rev. Edward, a Priest and Vicar-General of the 
Diocese of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. 

Gordon, Mrs Eleanor, (1824-1863), eldest daughter of Archibald Leslie, 
(1789-1851), last of Balnageith, Morayshire, N.B. ; wife of the late Fraser 
Gordon, Writer to the Signet. (1850) 

Gordon, Francis James, B.A., Peterhouse, Cambridge. 

Gordon, George John Robert, of Ellon Castle, Aberdeenshire, N.B. ; 
J.P. and D.L. for that county ; for some time Envoy Extraordinary and 
Minister Plenipotentiary to the King of Wurtemberg. (1871) 



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t Gordon, Rev. John Joseph, B.A., Trinity College, Cambridge ; an 
Anglican curate at Wandsworth, London, S.W. * (1848) 

Gordon, Rev. Joseph John, (1811-1853), of King's College, London; 
M.A., Brasenose College, Oxford; curate of Christ Church, St Pancras, 
London, X.W. A Priest of the Brompton Oratory, London, S.W. (1846) 

Gordon, Rev. Richard, M.A., Oxon ; an Anglican clergyman. 

Gordon, Rev. Thomas William Philip, (1827 1900), of King's 
College, London; M.A., Christ Church, Oxford. A Priest of the Brompton 
Oratory, London, S.W. ; brother of the Rev. Joseph John Gordon, (1811- 
1853), of the Oratory, Brompton. (1847) 

Gordon, Miss, of Princes' Gate, Kensington, London, W. 

Gordon-Lennox, Lord Alexander Francis Charles, (1825-1892), 
Captain of the Royal Horse Guards Blue ; J.P., for Sussex and Banffshire ; 
at one time M.P. for Shoreham ; fourth son of the fifth Duke of Richmond 
and Gordon, K.G. ; grandson of the first Marquess of Anglesey; son-in- 
law of Colonel Charles Towneley, of Towneley, Lancashire ; father of 
Cosmo Charles Gordon-Lennox, the actor and playwright. (1878) 

Gore, Colonel Pollock. 

Goring, Miss Emily Mary, (1846-1903), daughter of Sir Harry Dent 
Goring, eighth Baronet, M.P., for Shoreham. 

Gorman, Rev. William Timothy, B.A., Royal University of Ireland ; 
curate of St Clement's, City Road, London, N.W. (1900) 

Gormanston, The Viscountess, Georgina Connellan, second wife of 
the fourteenth Viscount Gormanston, (1837-1907). G.C.M.G., D.L., late 
Governor of Tasmania ; daughter of Peter Connellan, D.L., of Coolmore, 
co. Kilkenny ; granddaughter of the Rev. Sir Hercules Richard Langrishe, 
third Baronet. (1880) 

Gosselin, Sir Martin le Marchant Hadsley, (1847-1905), 
K.C.M.G.; C.B. ; of Eton College; M.A., Christ Church, Oxford ; attache to 
the English Embassy at St Petersburg ; First Secretary at the Embassy in 
Paris and then Minister-Plenipotentiary at Lisbon; G.C.V.O.; son of 
Martin H. Gosselin, of AVare Priory and of Blakesware, Hertfordshire ; 
grandson of Admiral Sir John Marshall, K.C.H ; son-in-law of the first 
Baron Gerard ; father of Lieutenant Alywn Bertram Robert Raphael Gos- 
selin, of the Grenadier Guards. (1878) 

Gosselin-Grimshawe, Helier Robert Hadsley, J.P., for Hertford- 
shire ; on two occasions Mayor of Hertford ; High Sheriff for the same 
county in 1906 ; son-in-law of Samuel Grimshawe, (1808-1888), of Errwood 
Hall, Buxton, Derbyshire ; son of the late Martin H. Gosselin, of Ware 
Priory, Hertfordshire. 

Gough, Major Alan Percy George, of Castle Armstrong, King's 
County, and J.P. for Tipporary, Ireland; D.S.O. ; served with the Royal 
Welsh Fusiliers in Burma and in South Africa ; son of the Very Rev. 
Thomas B. Gough, M.A., Dean of Derry ; nephew of the second Viscount 
Gough. (1880) 



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Gough, Arthur William, of Sherborne School ; B.A., Emmanuel 
College, Cambridge. (1900) 

t Gough, George, of Clensmore House, Woodbridge, Suffolk. (1858) 

Gough, Miss, of Rathronan, Clonmel, Ireland ; granddaughter of the Very 
Rev. Thomas B. Gough, M.A., Dean of Derry grand-niece of the second 
Viscount Gough. (1880) 

Gould, Gerald, (1832-1883), C.B. ; British Minister at the Court of 
Wurtemberg. (1867) 

Graham, Rev. Henry Grey, of Kelso High School ; M.A., and B.D., St 
Andrews University ; Scots College, Rome ; Parish Minister of the Presby- 
terian Church at Strathaven, Lanarkshire, KB. ; now a Priest at Our Lady 
of Good Aid, Motherwell, Lanarkshire; son of the Rev. M. H. Graham, 
minister of Maxton Manse, Roxburghshire ; his grandfather and great- 
grandfather were ministers of the Established Church of Scotland. (1903) 

t Graham, Lieutenant-Colonel William Henry, of the Royal 
Engineers; father of the Right Rev. ])r Charles Morice Graham, 
third Bishop of Plymouth. (1844) 

Grahame, Rev. Francis, B.A., Cantab ; formerly an Anglican curate. 




of the Order of St Gregory the Great ; President of the Catholic Union 
of Ireland ; Lord-Lieutenant of co. Leitrim ; son-in-law of the twelfth 
Baron Petre. (1809) 

Granard, The Countess of, (1840-1872), Jane Colclough Grogan- 
M organ, first wife of the seventh Earl of Granard, K.P. ; daughter of 
Hamilton Knox Grogan-Morgan, of Johnstown Castle, co. Wexford, 
Ireland. (1869) 

Grant, Rev. Ignatius Johnson Horace, (1820-1904), of St John's 
College, Oxford ; a Priest of the Society of Jesus at St Ignatius', Stamford 
Hill, London, N.W.; son of the late Vicar of Somerstown, London. (1841) 

Grant, James, (1822-1887), the novelist and contributor to The Dublin 
University Magazine, Tin: I'/iitu! S$rptc< Magazine, etc. ; most of his works 
were printed in the United States ; all were translated into German and 
Danish, and several into French ; for a time ensign in the 62nd 
Regiment of the line; son of the late Captain John Grant ; father of 
Captain James S. Grant, (1859-1885), of the Scoteh Rifles and then in 
the 1st Batt. Cheshire Regiment, and of the Rev. Roderick Grant, a Priest 
at Ingatestone Hall, Essex. (1875) 

t Grant, Johnson, B.A., St John's College, Oxford. (1841) 

Grant, Mrs, wife of an Anglican clergyman. 

Grant, Miss, sister of Sir Alexander Grant, (1826-1884), eight Baronet, at 
one time Principal of Edinburgh University. 



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Grant, William Augustine Ignatius, (1838-1883), artist and 
Theological controversialist. (1857) 

Grant, Mrs, wife of William Augustine Ignatius Grant, (1838-1883), the 
artist. (1880) 

Grant, Miss, the actress. 

Grantham, Rev. Thomas Henry, M.A., Oxon ; curate of Slinfold, 
Sussex. (1875) 

Grantham, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Thomas Henry Grantham, M.A., 
Oxon. (1875) 

Graves, Mrs Antoinette, (1820-1909), of The Elms, Warborough, 
Wallingford, Berkshire ; wife of Major W. H. Graves, of the 18th Royal 
Irish, (1891) 

Graves, Miss Clotilde Inez Mary, journalist, novelist, and dramatist, 
third daughter of Major W. H. Graves, 18th Royal Regiment and of 
Antoinette, daughter of Captain George Anthony Deane, at one time 
Mayor of Harwich, Essex. 

Graves, Colonel H. Affleck, formerly Superintending Engineer, Military 
Works Department, Peshawar, Punjaub, India. (1902) 

Gray, Edward Dwyer, (1845-1888), M.P. for Dublin ; Lord Mayor of 
Dublin, (1879-80) ; proprietor of the Freeman's Journal ; son of Sir John 
Gray, (1816-1875), M.D., journalist and author, M.P. for Kilkenny. (187G) 

Gray, Henry J., advocate, of Aberdeen, N.B. (1905) 

Gray, Rev. John, poet and author ; a Priest at St Peter's, Falcon Avenue, 
Edinburgh, X.B. 

t Gray, The Lady, Mary Anne Ainslie, eighteenth and last Baroness 
Gray ; daughter of Lieutenant-General Charles Philip Ainslie, of the 4th 
Dragoon Guards. 

Gream, Miss, daughter of the Anglican Rector of Rotherfield. 

Gream, Miss Hilda, daughter of the Rev. Nevill Gream, M.A., one of 
His Majesty's Inspectors of Schools. 

f Greata, James Richard, solicitor of Blandford, Dorsetshire. (1848) 

Great head, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Stevenson Greathead, M.A., an 
Anglican clergyman. 

Green, Rev. Andrew, M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge ; curate of St 
Paul's, Oxford. 

Green, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Andrew Green, M.A., Cantab. 

Green, Rev. Charles Valentine, (1855-1883), of Radley College ; 
B.A., Keble College, Oxford ; a Priest (Oblate of St Charles) at St Francis, 
Netting Hill, London, W. (1880) 



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Green, Mrs, wife of Dr R. P. Green, of Ripon, Yorkshire. 

Green, Rev. Eric F., a Priest at The Immaculate Conception and St 
Bridget, Isleworth, Middlesex ; son of Robert Ellis Green, of Foxhillbank 
Hall, Church, Lancashire. (1887) 

Green, Miss E., sister of the Rev. Eric F. Green, a Priest. (1888) 

Green, Everard, Rouge Dragon Pursuivant of the Royal College of Arms ; 
Knight of the Order of St Sylvester ; F.S.A. ; Vice- President of the Society 
of Antiquaries in 1897 ; author ; youngest son of Charles Green, of Holditch 
House, Spalding, Lincolnshire. (1863) 

t Green, Rev. James Spurgeon, M.A., Christ College, Cambridge ; 
for forty-five years rector of \Yitton-cum-Brundall, Norwich, Norfolk. 

(1898) 

Green, The Hon. John Philip, (1831-1883), B.A., London University ; 
judge of the High Court of Bombay, India. (1874) 

Green, Rev. Robert, a Benedictine Monk (Dom Isidore) at Downside 
Abbey, near Bath, Somersetshire. 

Greene, Rev. Joseph James, M.A., Peterhouse, Cambridge ; curate- 
in-charge of St Bartholomew's, Brighton, Sussex. A Priest (Oblate of St 
Charles), in charge of Our Lady of the Holy Souls, Kensal New Town, 
London, W. (1876) 

Gregory, Mrs Gwendolen Lind, wife of John Duncan Gregory, H.B.M.'s 
Charge d' Affaires at Bucharest ; daughter of the late Raymond Maude, and 
only granddaughter of Jenny Lind, the famous prima donna. 

Gregory, Mrs W. Y., (1869-1907), of Maisonnette, Queen's Road, 
Llandudno, North Wales ; daughter of Charles Playfair, J.P., of Acock's 
Green, Birmingham, Warwickshire. (1891) 

Greig, Captain Philip Henry, of the Bombay Staff Corps. 

Gretton, George, (1813-1873), of Swindon Hall, Gloucestershire ; son of 
an Anglican clergyman ; father of the Rev. John George Gretton, (1856-1904), 
a Priest of the Society of Jesus, poet, author, and editor of The Messenger. 

(1850) 

Gretton, Mrs, (1816-1889), daughter of the Rev. Charles Eyre, M.A., of 
Upper Park, Dedham ; wife of George Gretton, (1813-1873), of Swindon 
Hall, Gloucestershire. (1850) 

Greville, Henry Algernon Fulke, of the 18th Hussars. (1891) 

Grey, Miss E., a nun at the Convent of the Sacred Heart, Dundrum, 
co. Dublin, Ireland. (1878) 

Grey, Francis William, author; fifth son of Admiral the Hon. George 
Grey, fourth son of the second Earl Grey ; son-in-law of Charles Rolland, 
of Sainte Marie de Mounoir, Quebec, Canada ; grandson of General the 
Hon. Sir Patrick Stuart. (1885) 

Grey, Professor Frederick, now of Montreal, Canada ; nephew of 
the third Earl Grey. (1886) 



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Grey, Lady, (1823-1898), wife of the Right Hoa Sir George Grey, (1812- 
1898), K.C.B., Colonial Governor, explorer of Australia, and author ; 
daughter of Admiral Sir Richard Spenser, K.C.B. (1851) 

t Griffiths, Mrs, daughter of George Roe, of Loran Park, co. Limerick, 
Ireland ; wife of the J.R (1852) 

Grigson, Rev. Francis D., of King's College, London; B.A., Durham 
University ; successively curate in Colombo, Norfolk, Bethnal Green, 
London, E., Canon and vicar of Towns ville, North Queensland, Australia. 
A Priest at Our Lady of Victories, Kensington, London, W. (1897) 

Grimes, Rev. Ernest Rich, of the Cowlay Fathers, Oxford ; a Priest, 
till recently at the Sacred Heart, Newnham Paddox, Lutterworth, 
Warwickshire, and chaplain to the Earl of Denbigh ; then Domestic 
Chaplain at Norman ton Hall, Hinckley, Leicestershire; now in charge of 
St Peter, Earl Shilton, Hinckley. (1903) 

Grimshaw, Reginald, son of O'Donnell Grimshaw, of Belfast ; cousin 
to Dr Thomas Grimshaw, C.B., Registrar-General for Ireland. (1893) 

Grimshawe, Mrs Jessie H., (1828-1893), wife of Samuel Grimshawe, 
(1808-1888), M.A., Oxon. (1851) 

Grimshawe, Samuel, (1808-1888), M.A., Brasenose College, Oxford; 
J.P. of Errwood Hal], Buxton, Derbyshire ; father of the Hon. Mrs 
Genevieve Preston, wife of Captain the Hon. Edward Francis John 
Preston, son of the thirteenth Viscount Gormanston. (1851) 

Gr indie, Mrs Bernard, daughter of Dr Grey, of Oxford. (1899) 

Grindle, Rev. Edmund Samuel, M.A., scholar of Queen's College, 
Oxford ; curate of St Paul's, Brighton, Sussex ; author; for many years 
Master of Grindle's Hall, Oxford. (1876) 

Grinfield, Thomas, son of the Rev. Thomas Grinfield, M.A., an Anglican 
clergyman. 

t G rise wood, Mrs Elzabeth, wife of the late Harman Grisewood, sen., 
of Daylesford, Gloucestershire ; daughter of the late Richard Winch, of 
Cranbrook, Kent. 

Grisewood, Harman, (1844-1909), of Harrow School; M.A., Christ 
Church, Oxford; J.P. for Gloucestershire; son of Harman Grisewood, 
of Daylesford, Gloucestershire, by Elizabeth, daughter of Richard Winch- 
of Cranbrook, Kent ; father of Lieutenant Harman Mary Joseph Grise- 
wood, late of the 4th Hussars, who served during the late South African 
War ; son-in-law of Count Messina, of Malta ; was for a time a deacon in 
Anglican Orders. (1871) 

Grissell, Hartwell de la Garde, (1839-1907), of Harrow School; 
M.A., Brasenose College, Oxford ; Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries, of 
the Royal Academy of Raphaello in Urbino ; of the Roman Arcadia, 
and of the Numismatic Society of London ; author; Chamberlain to 
Popes Leo XIII and Pius X ; Commander of the Order of Pius IX ; son of 
Thomas Grissell, F.S.A., of Norbury Park, Dorking, late High Sheriff of 
Surrey. (1868) 



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Grogan, Rev. Philip Arnold, of Jesus College, Cambridge; curate of 
Hackney Parish Church, London, N.E. (1910) 

Groom, Rev. Thomas Morell, (1840-1871), a Dominican Friar ; 
nephew of Thomas Morell, the lexicographer. (1858) 

Grossmith, George, the actor; author of several musical comedies ; 
son of George Grossmith, the actor and entertainer, and of Rosa, eldest 
daughter of Dr E. Noyce. (1907) 

t Grouse, Frederic Salmon, M.A., Queen's College, Oxford ; Bengal 
Civil Service ; of Thursley Hall, Haslemere, Surrey ; son of Robert Grouse, 
of Bildeston, Ipswich, Suffolk. 

Grove, Miss Olivia Frances, youngest daughter of Sir Thomas 
Fraser Grove, M.P., first Baronet, of Ferae, Wiltshire, by Frances Hinton, 
his second wife. (1906) 

Groves, Dr Edward, of Leeds, Yorkshire ; President of the Leeds 
Catholic Choral Society. (1899) 

Gruggen, Mrs Emily Eustasia, (1828-1909), nee Morgan, of 
Mecklenberg House, New Maiden ; wife of the Rev. Frederick J. Gruggen, 
M.A., (1820-1872), an Anglican clergyman and Headmaster of Pocklington 
Grammar School, Yorkshire ; mother of the Rev. George Gruggen, a 
Priest of the Society of Jesus at Chesterfield. (1862) 

t Gruggen, F. H., brother of the Rev. Frederick J. Gruggen, M.A. 

Gruggen, F. W. E., solicitor ; brother of the late Rev. Frederick 
Gruggen, M.A. 

Gulson, Miss, niece and heiress of Josiah Spode, J.P., of Rugeley, 
Staffordshire. (1886) 

Gunn, Rev. Andrew R. L., late Anglican Army Chaplain, served in the 
Gordon Relief Expedition, and then in Jamaica, B.W.I. (1900) 

Gurdon, Rev. Anselm Bertrand, (1830-1899), of Winchester College ; 
a Priest-in-charge at the Sacred Heart, Hampton Wick, Middlesex ; eldest 
son of John Gurdon, J.P., of Assington Hall, Suffolk. (1856) 

Gurdon, Rev. Philip, of Radley College; M.A., University College, 
Oxford ; rowed in the Oxford boat against Cambridge in 1856 and 1857 ; 
late Vicar of Assington, Suffolk ; son of John Gurdon, J.P., of Assington 
Hall, Suffolk, by his second wife Anne, daughter of Colonel Charles P. 
Leslie, M.P., of Glaslough. (1866) 

t Guy, Lady, wife of Sir Philip Guy, last Baronet. 

Gwyn, Captain Reginald Preston Jermy, of the Royal Fusiliers, 
formerly of the 5th Lancers ; served in the late South African War ; 
Adjutant 4th (Militia) Batt. Norfolk Regiment ; only child of Captain 
Reginald T. Gwyn, of the King's Royals, by Sophia, daughter and heiress 
of Isaac Jermy, of Stanfield Hall, Wymondham, Norfolk. (1906) 

Gwynn, Mrs Mary Louis, the authoress ; daughter of the Rev. James 
Gwynn ; wife of Stephen Gwynn, the author, and M.P. for Galway. 



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HADDON, Trevor, the artist; paints principally portraits and landscapes. 

(1897) 

Haddon, Mrs, wife of Trevor Haddon, the artist. (1897) 

Haggerston, Mrs Florence, daughter of W. II. Pen-in, of Dublin ; 
wife of Edward Charlton de Marie Haggerston, of Ellingham Hall, 
Northumberland, son of Captain Sir John Haggerston, eighth Baronet and 
heir presumptive to the ninth Baronet. (1905) 

Haig, Captain William Price, of the Inverness Militia ; now a 
Redemptorist priest at St Mary's, Clapham, London, S.W. (1902) 

Haigh, Rev. David Henry, (1819-1877), a Priest, antiquary and 
author ; built the Catholic Church at Erdington, near Birmingham, 
chiefly at his own expense ; Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries ; the 
chief English authority on Runic literature ; son of George Haigh, of 
Brinscall Hall, Wheelton, Lancashire. (1847) 

Haldon, The Lord, Lawrence William Palk, third Baron; of Eton 
College ; formerly captain in the Royal Fusiliers ; served with the 
Imperial Yeomanry in the late South African War ; grandson of the 
seventh Viscount Barrington. (1898) 

Hale, Edward Hunter, son of a well-known Anglican clergyman. (1891) 
Hales, Lieutenant, of the Royal London Militia. 

t Hales, Miss Mary Barbara Felicite, daughter of Sir Edward 
Hales, of Hales Place, Canterbury, Kent. 

t Haliburton, Major John F., of the 78th Regiment. (1851) 

t Haliburton, Mrs, wife of the late Major John F. Haliburton. (1851) 
Haliburton, Miss, daughter of the late Major JohnF. Haliburton. (1851) 

Halkett, Baroness Emily Mary, daughter of Colin, second Baron 
Halkett, (1816-1879), who was Colonel of Hussars and A.D.C. to the late 
King of Hanover, and a member of the German Reichstag. (1889) 

t Hall, Charles, of Liverpool, son of the Rev. Charles Hall, M.A., of 
Wadebridge, Cornwall. (1850) 



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t Hall, Mrs, wife of the late Charles Hall, of Liverpool. (1850) 

Hall, Rev. Herbert F., a Priest at the Cathedral Choir School, West- 
minster, London, S.W. 

t Hall, James, scholar of Balliol College, Oxford. 

Hall, Vice-Admiral Robert, (1817-1882), commanded II. M.S. Stromboli 
in Baltic and Black Seas, 1854-55 ; took part in the Kertch Expedition, and 
for ten years was Naval Secretary to the Admiralty. 

Hall, Thomas, of Hove, Brighton, Sussex ; formerly lay-worker in the 
Choir and night schools of St Alban's, llolborn ; St Michael's, Shoreditch, 
and at St Paul's, Lorrimore Square, London. (1871) 

Hall, Colonel William Monck, late of the 74th Highlanders. (1890) 

Halle, Sir Charles, (1819-1895), pianist and conductor; LL.D, of 
Edinburgh University ; came to England in 1848 and made it his home ; 
first Principal of the Royal College of Music, Manchester; second husband 
of Madame Norman Neruda, the well-known violinist ; father of Charles 
Halle, the portrait painter. 

Halle, Miss, a sister of Charity; relative of Sir Charles Halle, (1819-1895), 
the pianist and conductor. 

Hallett, Mrs V., of Steventon, Whitchurch, Hampshire. (1892) 

Halliday, John, (1843-1908), of Pudsey ; a great benefactor of the 
Catholic Mission in that town. (1905) 

Hamer, Mrs Maria, daughter of C. Blake Allnatt, barrister of 
Shrewsbury, Shropshire ; wife of John Hamer, of Glenraf on, Oswestry. 

Hamilton, The Duchess of, (182J-1888), Princess Marie Amelia 
Elizabeth Caroline of Baden ; wife of the eleventh Duke of Hamilton ; 
daughter of Prince Charles Louis Frederick. Grand Duke of Baden ; cousin 
to the Emperor Napoleon III. (1855) 

t Hamilton, Rev. Charles, M.A., Balliol College, Oxford ; curate of 
Christ Church, New Kent Road, London, S.E. (1854) 

Hamilton, Miss Mary, daughter of William J. Hamilton, formerly 
M.P. ; niece of the sixteenth Viscount Dillon. 

Hamilton, Mrs, wife of Captain J. F. C. Hamilton, of the Royal Navy. 
Hamilton, Robert Richard, journalist and author. 

t Hamilton, Rev. Thomas Henry, B.A., Trinity College, Dublin; 
curate at Navan, Ireland. (1855) 

Hamilton, Thomas S., of the Bombay Civil Service. (1883) 

Hamilton, Mrs, wife of Thomas S. Hamilton, B.C.S., and family. (1883) 



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Hammet, Vice-Ad miral James Lacon, (1849-1905), C.V.D. ; 
formerly Superintendent of Malta Dockyard ; son-in-law of Sir Henry 
George Paston-Bedingfield, seventh Baronet. (1904) 

Hammond, Colonel Dayrell Talfoot, C.B., of the 4th Connaught 
Rangers; son-in-law of William Ince Anderton, of Euxton. (1887) 

Hammond, Rev. James, M.A., Cantab ; curate of St George's, 
London, E. (1868) 

Hammond, Miss, granddaughter of the Most Rev. Lord Decies, late 
Archbishop of Tuani. 

Hammond-Spenser, Harry Adrian,! of Bournemouth, Hants; late 
of Teigmnouth, South Devon. (1910) 

Hands, Colonel William, of the Madras Staff Corps. 

Hanmer, Rev. Anthony John, (1816-1903), M.A., St John's College, 
Cambridge; curate of Tidcoinbe, Tiverton, Somersetshire ; son of the Rev. 
John Hanmer, M.A., Cantab, vicar of Hanmer, Flintshire, Wales. (1850) 

Hanmer, Miss Caroline Mary, (1818-1908), of The Rosary, Mill 
Hill, London ; founder of the Altar Society ; daughter of Lieutenant- 
Colonel Hanmer. (1851) 

Hannaford, William Henry, (1836-1907), of Plymouth; musician 
and orgarist of Plymouth CathecLral. 

Hanson, Rev. Eric D., of Dulwich College; M.A., and Fell Exhibitioner 
of Christ Church, Oxford; a Priest of the Society of Jesus at St Aloysius' 
College, Glasgow, N.B. (1886) 

Hardcastle, Major John Herschell, of the Royal Artillery. (1894) 
Harden, Miss, daughter of Colonel Harden, of Tenby. (1892) 

Harden, Robert Manners, (1863-1910), son of the late Rev. Archibald 
Harden, of Harrybrook, co. Armagh, Ireland. 

Harding, E. B., B.A., Exeter College, Oxford ; formerly organist at the 
Birmingham Oratory, now at St Dominic's Priory, Newcastle-on-Tvne ; 
nephew of the Rev. Dr Edward Bouverie Pusey, (1800-1882), Regius 
Professor of Hebrew and Canon of Christ Church, Oxford. 

t Harding, Egerton William, J.P., of Old Springs, Market Drayton, 
Shropshire. (1879) 

Harding, Francis Egerton, of Eton College ; late lieutenant in the 
iUth Regiment; founder of the Catholic Mission of SS. Thomas and 
Stephen, Market Drayton, Shropshire ; son of the late Egerton William 
Harding, J.P. of Old Springs, Market Drayton, Shropshire ; grandson of 
Sir William How Mulcaster, K.C.H., C.B. ; son-in-law of the eighth Baron 
Clifford of Chudleigh. (1882) 

t Harding, Miss Harriett, youngest daughter of the Rev. William 
Harding, M.A., vicar of Sulgran, Hampshire. 

Hardy, Rev. Henry J., M.A., St Al ban's Hall, Oxford; curate of St 
Peter's, Vauxhall, London, S.E. A Priest at Boxmoor, Hertfordshire. 

(1875) 



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t Hare, Mrs, daughter of Sir Aubrey John Dean Paul, third Baronet; 
sister-in-law of the Venerable Julius Charles Hare, (1795-1855), Arch- 
deacon of Lewes. 

t Hare, Miss Esmeralda, of Grosvenor Street, Grosvenor Square, 
London, W. (1868) 

Hare, Francis, brother of the late Miss Esmeralda Hare. (1866) 

Hare, Thomas Leman, of The Firs, Streatham, London, S.W. 

Harford, Rev. Henry Edwin, (1837-1896), a Priest of the Society of 
Jesus, for some time Army Chaplain in India. (1857) 

Hargitt, Mrs, wife of Dr rfargitt, of Leicester. (1885) 

Harland, Henry, (1861-1906), author of The Cardinal 1 s Snuff Box, etc.; 
educated in Rome, Paris, and Harvard College, U.S.A. ; received into the 
Church in England (1900) 

Harper, Rev. Ernest, a Priest of the Society of Jesus at Frenburg, 
Linz, Upper Austria. 

Harper, Rev. George, (1811-1864), M.A., Pembroke College, Oxford ; 
curate at Dorchester. A Priest of the Society of Jesus ; brother of a 
former Anglican Bishop in Australia. (1851) 

Harper, Herbert E., proprietor of Harper's Gazette. 
Harper, Mrs, wife of Herbert E. Harper, and family. 
t Harper, Philip, surgeon. 

t Harper, Rev. Samuel B. A., M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge; 
curate under Cardinal Manning when rector of Lavington, Sussex ; rector 
of St Ninian's, Perth, N.B. ; founder of the Glasgow Northern titar ; 
afterwards he became editor of the New York Tablet. (1851) 

t Harper, Mrs, first wife of the Rev. Samuel B. A. Harper, M.A., Cantab, 
and rector of St Ninian's, Perth, N.B. (1851) 

Harper, Mrs, second wife of the late Rev. Samuel B. A. Harper, M.A., 
Cantab, editor of the New York Tablet; widow of St John Eckel ; daughter 
of "Maria Monk," the author of a book which appeared in 1836 entitled 
Awful Disclosures of Maria Monk, which was a tissue of calumnies against 
the inmates of the Hotel Dieu or Black Nunnery in Montreal. The 
falsity of the allegations was conclusively proved by the late Colonel 
W. L. Stone, a Protestant, who personally investigated them. (1867) 

Harper, Rev. Thomas Norton, (1821-1893), of St Paul's School, 
London; M.A., Queen's College, Oxford; curate at Barnstaple, then 
Incumbent of St Peter's, Buckingham Palace Gate, London, S.W. A 
Priest of the Society of Jesus at Stonyhurst College, Blackburn, Lanca- 
shire; author. (1851) 

Harper, Rev. William, M.A., Pembroke College, Oxford ; an Anglican 
clergyman. 



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Harris, Rev. Edward Arthur, B.A., Emmanuel College, Cambridge; 
for thirteen years curate and Precentor at St Alban's, Holborn, London, 
E.C. (1900) 

Harris, Rev. James, (1824-1883), a Priest of the Society of Jesus and 
rector of St Francis Xavier's College, Liverpool. (1848) 

Harris, Miss Maud, a nun at the Convent of Prudence, Ilampstead, 
London, N.W. (1890) 

t Harris, Miss, author of From Oxford to Rome, etc. (1846) 

Harris, Rev. Thomas, (1799-1849), of Stratford Grammar School and 
the Independent Academy, Hoxton, London, X. ; a Nonconformist 
Minister at Alford, Lincolnshire. A Priest and Chaplain of The Convent, 
Queen's Square, London, W.C. ; author. (1846) 

Harris, Walter B., of Harrow School ; B.A., Trinity College, Cambridge ; 
F.S.A., F.R.G.S. ; traveller, explorer and author ; was member of Sir 
Arthur Nicholson's Special Embassy to Sultan of Morocco ; son-in-law of 
the fourth Earl of Mexborough. 

Harrison, Bernard, the artist, son of Frederic Harrison, M.A., Oxon, 
the Leader of the English Positivists. (1895) 

Harrison, Captain Cecil E., of Eton College ; served with the Rifle 
Brigade in the late South African War, and was wounded at Ladysmith. 

t Harrison, Sir Henry, B.A., Christ Church, of the Bengal Civil Service; 
father of Lieutenant-Colonel Gilbert Harwood Harrison, and of Major 
William Harrison, both of the Royal Engineers. (1866) 

Harrison, Rev. Herbert, (1843-1867), formerly captain of Westminster 
School ; a Priest of the Brompton Oratory, London, S.W, ; brother of Sir 
Henry Harrison, B.C.S. (1861) 

Harrison, Mrs, wife of Dr Harrison, of Ambleside, Westmoreland. 

Harrison, Mrs Mary St Leger, ("Lucas Malet") the novelist; 
youngest daughter of the Rev. Charles Kingsley, (1819-1875), the poet and 
novelist ; widow of the Rev. William Harrison, M.A., vicar of Clovelly, 
Devonshire. (1904) 

Harrison, Mrs Rose Elizabeth, wife of Major William A. Harrison, 
of the Royal Engineers, son of Sir Henry L. Harrison, B.C.S. ; daughter 
of Robert Parnall, J.P. of Llanstephan, South Wales. (1903) 

Harrison, Captain William, of the Royal Artillery. 

Harrod, Mrs Frances Mary Desiree, the novelist; wife of Henry 
Dawes Harrod, B.A., Oxon; daughter of John Forbes-Robertson, art critic ; 
sister of the well-known actor. 

Harrod, Henry Dawes, of King's College School; B.A., New College, 
Oxford ; F.S.A., barrister ; son of Henry Harrod, F.S.A., late Secretary 
of the Norfolk Archaeological Society and author of the Records of Norwich 
Lynn, etc. ; of Amlwch, Anglesey, North Wales. (1879) 



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Hart, Rev. Charles Alfred Burleigh, M.A. Oxon ; curate of 
Carrington, Lincolnshire. (1885) 

Hart, Rev. Herbert Leslie, B.A., Pembroke College, Oxford; chaplain 
of the Worcester Diocesan House of Mercy, Malvern, Worcestershire ; 
successively curate at St Catherine's, Burnley ; St Alban's, Ventnor, Isle 
of Wight; and of St Andrew's, Worthing, Sussex. (190G) 

Hart, William Henry, solicitor, fellow of the Society of Antiquaries. 
Harter, Charles, of Bath ; B.A., Corpus Christi College, Oxford. (1890) 
Harter, Mrs, wife of Charles Harter, B.A., Oxon. (1890) 

Harter, Mrs Frances Geraldine, wife of George Lloyd Foster 
Harter, M.A., J.P., of Salperton Park, Gloucestershire; daughter of W. 
Sacheverell Coke, J.P., D.L., of Brookhill Hall, Derbyshire. 

Hartland, Henry Albert, the artist ; of Mallow, co. Cork, Ireland. 
Hartley, Edward, of Spinney Oak, Addlestone, Surrey. 

Harvey, Thomas, B.A., Oxon ; cousin of the Right Rev. Dr Alexander, 
Protestant Bishop of Derry. (1887) 

Harvey, William Beevor, cousin of Sir Charles Harvey, second Baronet. 

(1887) 

Harvey, William F., M.A., Hertford College, Oxford ; barrister ; for some 
time Professor of English Literature in the University of Malta ; author 
of Diyest of the lionwu La to of Contracts, etc. (1870) 

Haskett-Smith, Lieutenant-Colonel William, late of the 79th 
Cameron Highlanders ; served in the Nile and Sudan expeditions ; member 
of the Council of the Southwark Rescue Society ; two of his sons are Army 
Officers. 

t Hassell, Dr, of London. (1849) 

Hatched, Mrs, daughter of Sir Robert James Stuart Graham, tenth 
Baronet ; wife of Captain Hatchell, of the 69th Bengal Native Infantry. 

Hathaway, Rev. Frederick, (1814-1891), scholar, M.A., Fellow, 
Tutor, Dean and Bursar of Worcester College, Oxford ; curate ol' St 
Mary Magdalen's, Oxford ; and then Incumbent of Shadwell, near Leeds, 
Yorkshire. A Priest of the Society of Jesus in Jamaica, B.W.L ; son of 
Dr William Silas Hathaway, of Wimbledon, Surrey. (1851) 

Hatton, Miss Bessie, the actress ; daughter of Joseph Hatton, (1841- 
1907), the author, journalist, playwright, and editor of The People. (1896) 

Haward, Mrs, wife of Dr Haward ; daughter of the Dean of Lichfield. 

Hawker, Mrs Pauline Anne, second wife of the Rev. Robert 
Stephen Hawker, (1803-187.")), M.A., Oxon : daughter of a Polish noble- 
man ; and her three daughters. ( I S 7".) 



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Hawker, Rev. Robert Stephen, (1803-1875), M.A., Magdalen Hall, 
Oxford ; vicar of Morwenstow-with-Wellcombe, Cornwall ; poet and 
antiquary ; son of the Rev. Dr James Stephen Hawker, M.A., vicar of 
Stratton, Cornwall ; grandson of the Rev. Dr Robert Hawker, (1753-1827), 
the celebrated Calvinist Divine, and author. (1875) 

t Hawkins, The Rev. Mother Agnes Mary, a nun in Dublin ; 
daughter of the Rev. Charles Hawkins, B.C.L., Oxon, an Anglican 
clergyman. 

t Hawksley, Edward, Unitarian ; of Bloomsgrove, near Nottingham. 

(1834) 

Hawtrey, Miss Mary Louise, cousin of Dr Hawtrey, of Eton, father 
of Charles Hawtrey, the actor. (1897) 

Hay, Miss Charlotte Georgiana, (1824-1903), daughter of Lord 
James Hay, of Seaton, son of the seventh Marquess of Tweedale. (1847) 

Haycock, Captain Joseph Boardman, of the Buds. 

Hay-Coghlan, The Hon. William Mant, (1833 1903), formerly 
Judge of the High Court of Bombay ; Private Chamberlain to Pope Leo 
XIII ; eldest son of General Sir William Marcus Coghlan, K.C.B., of the 
Royal Artillery. (1879) 

Haye, Davie, barrister, of London. 

Hayne, Miss, daughter of an Anglican clergyman. 

Haynes, Mrs Frances Sophia Vaughan, daughter of Sir 
Edmund Colt, sixth Baronet ; wife of Major Walter Illingworth Haynes, 
formerly of the 2nd Battalion Royal Sussex Regiment. (1899) 

Hayward, Rev. Francis M., of St Augustine's Theological College, 
Canterbury. A Priest-in-charge of St Henry's, Derwent, Sheffield, 
Derbyshire. 

Hazel!, Rev. James J., a Priest, till lately in charge of Our Lady and 
St Joseph, Enfield, Middlesex; now at the Queen of Martyrs and St 
Pancras, Little Albany Street, Regent's Park, London, N.AV. (1873) 

Head, James, of Maryborough College ; J.P. for Inverness -shire, formerly 
Captain in the Middlesex Yeomanry, and 3rd Battalion of the Buffs: 
fourth son of Captain Sir Frances E. Somerville Head, second Baronet. 

Head, Mrs Christian Helen Jane, wife of James Head, J.P. ; 
daughter and heiress of Duncan Cameron, of Inverailort, Loch Ailort, 
N.B. ; granddaughter of General Sir Alexander Cameron, (1781-1850), 
K.C.B., who served at Quatre Bras and Waterloo. 

Head lam, Gerald Erskine, of Sherborne School; B.A., Bible Clerk of 
All Souls' College, Oxford ; assistant-master at the Oratory School, 
Edgbaston, Birmingham. (1897) 

t Headlam, Rev. John, M.A., Pembroke College, Cambridge ; an 
Anglican clergyman. 



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Heathcote, Miss Agnes, a Benedictine nun (Dame Mary Michael), 
of St Scholastica's Abbey, Teignmoutk, Devonshire ; daughter of the Rev. 
William Beadon Heathcote, (1813-1862), M.A., Fellow of New College, 
Oxford, Prebendary of Salisbury Cathedral, and descendant of the second 
Baronet. (1862) 

Heathcote, Cecil Hamilton, son of the Rev. William Beadon 
Heathcote, (1812-1862), M.A., Oxon, and Prebendary of Salisbury 
Cathedral. (1862) 

Heathcote, Mrs Elizabeth Mary, (1816-1892), wife of the Rev. 
William Beadon Heathcote, (1812-1862), M.A., Oxon, and Prebendary of 
Salisbury Cathedral ; daughter of the late Rev. George Deane, M.A., 
Rector of Bighton. (1862) 

Heathcote, Sir William Perceval, (1826-1903), sixth Baronet ; of 
Eton and Winchester Colleges ; formerly an officer in the 7th Hussars ; 
J.P. for Hampshire ; grandson of the first Baron Arden ; son of the Right 
Hon. Sir William Heathcote, fifth Baronet, P.C., D.C.L., M.P. for Oxford 
University ; father of the Rev. Sir William Arthur Heathcote, seventh 
Baronet, a Priest of the Society of Jesus at St Wilfrid's, Preston, 
Lancashire ; and of Lieu tenant -Colonel Gilbert Redvers Heathcote, late 
of the Cameronians, who served in South Africa during the Gaika and 
Zulu Wars. (1850) 

Heaven, Mrs Willie, of Ashfield, Queen's County, Ireland, and of The 
Old Hall, near Chester. (1906) 

Hector, Miss Margaret, a Sister of Nazareth ; daughter of Thomas J. 
Hector, Clerk to the School Board of Aberdeen, N.B. (1888) 

Hemans, Rev. Philip Wynne, B.A., Durham University ; successively 
curate of Upton, Torquay, Devonshire ; of St Bartholomew's, Bethnal 
Green, E. ; St Mary's, in the parish of St George's-in-the-East, London; 
then in charge of St Nicholas, Black well Stairs, Poplar, London, E. (1908) 

t Hemy, Henri Frederic, for a considerable time Professor of Music 
at Ushaw College ; Durham ; author of Crown of Jesus Music ; father of 
Charles Napier Hemy, R.A., the marine painter. 

Henderson, E. B., M.A., Scholar of Pembroke College, Cambridge ; 
barrister, of Leeds. 

Henderson, Rev. Francis, a Priest of the Pious Society of Missions in 
Piedmont, Italy. 

t Henderson, Sir George Francis Robert, K.C.B.; for many years 
Director of Military Art and History at the Staff College ; served : 
Egypt ; was Director of Military Intelligence during the late South African 
War ; author. 

Hendricks, Rev. Father, a Carthusian Monk. 

Hendricks, Miss Elizabeth, sister of the Rev. Father Hendricks. 



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Heneage, The Hon. Mrs Arabella, (1783-1871), Hon. Arabella 
Anderson Pelham ; daughter of the first Lord Yarborough ; wife of 
Thomas Fiechi Heneage, of Cade by, Lincolnshire ; mother of Arabella, 
wife of George Cary-Elwes, M.A., of Cadogan Place, London, S.W., and 
of the Rev. Henry Pelham Heneage, (1810-1875), first resident Priest at 
Erdington, Warwickshire. (1844) 

Heneage, Miss Georgiana Caroline, (1815-1869), younger daughter 
of the Hon. Mrs Arabella Heneage, (1783-1871), of Cadeby, Lincolnshire. 

(1844) 

t Henn, Rev. John, M.A., Cantab ; curate of St James', Bristol. (1850) 

Henn, Mrs Margaret Agnes Vaughan, wife of Edward Lovett 
Henn, M.A., late Fellow of Trinity Hall, Cambridge ; daughter of Mitchell 
Henry, formerly M.P. for Galway and Glasgow, of Kylemore Castle, 
Connemara. 

t Henniker, The Hon. Mrs Mary Eliza, wife of the Hon and Rev. 
William Chafle Henniker, M.A., son of the third Baron Henniker ; daughter 
of Edward Farnham. (1855) 

Henry, Miss Margaret, niece of Sir Thomas Henry, (1807-1876), Chief 
Police Magistrate of London. 

Hepburne, Mrs Cosmo, sister-in-law of the Rev. Henry Hepburne, 
a Priest of the Society of Jesus. 

Hepburne, Miss C. Gordon, daughter of Mrs Cosmo Hepburne. 

Hepburne, Rev. Henry Seymour, (1846-1910), a Priest of the Society 
of Jesus at Wardour Castle, Tisbury, Wiltshire. (1861) 

Hepburne, J. S., relative of the preceding. 

Herbert, The Hon. Lady Albertina, Hon. Albertina Agnes Mary 
Denison, youngest daughter of the first Baron Londesborough ; niece of 
the second Marquess of Conyngham : wife of Colonel Sir Ivor John Caradoc 
Herbert, C.B., C.M.G., first Baronet, M.P. for South Monmouthshire, son 
of John Arthur Edward Herbert, of Llanarth Court, Raglan, South Wales, 
by the Hon. Augusta, daughter of the first Baron Llanover. 

Herbert, Angelo, (1825-1907), an ecclesiastical furnisher, brass and 
metal worker ; at one time Professor of drawing at St Edward's College, 
Everton, St Francis Xaviefs College, Liverpool, and at the Catholic 
Institute in that city ; brother of John Rogers Herbert, (1810-1890), R.A., 
the portrait and historical painter ; benefactor of St Al ban's Mission, 
Liskeard, Cornwall. (1848) 

Herbert, The Hon. Mrs Augusta, Hon. Augusta Charlotte Elizabeth 
Hall, daughter of the first Baron Llanover ; wife of John Arthur Edward 
Herbert, of Llanarth Court, of Raglan, South Wales ; mother of Colonel 
Sir Ivor John Caradoc Herbert, Bart., M.P. for South Monmouthshire, 
and of Sir Arthur James Herbert, K.C.V.O., British Minister to Norway. 

(1855) 



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Herbert, Mrs Caroline, daughter of the Right Hon. Sir Edmund 
Walker Head, (1805-1868), eighth and last Baronet, K.C.B., P.C., D.C.L., 
LL.D., F.R.S. ; wife of Commander Charles William Herbert, K.X. ; J.P. 
for Devonshire. (1879) 

Herbert, Commander Charles William, (1846-1903), of the 
Royal Navy ; J.P., of The Grange, Salcombe, Devonshire ; son of Admiral 
Sir Thomas Herbert, (1793-1861), K.C.B., served in the West Indies and 
China, and was M.P. for Dartmouth. (1879) 

Herbert, Mrs, of Muckross Abbey, co. Kerry, Ireland. (1899) 

1 Herbert, Miss Elizabeth, a nun at the Convent at Handsworth, 
near Birmingham ; sister of John Rogers Herbert, (1810-1890), R.A. ; the 
portrait and historical painter. (1845) 

Herbert, George, solicitor. 
Herbert, MrSi wife of George Herbert. 

Herbert, John Alexander, B.A., St John's College, Cambridge; 
Assistant in the Manuscript Department of the British Museum since 
1887 ; son of the late Rev. S. A. Herbert, rector of St James', Gateshead, 
co. Durham. (1909) 

Herbert, John Rogers, (1810-1890), R.A., of Maldon, Surrey ; the 
portrait and historical painter ; Officer of the Legion of Honour. (1845) 

Herbert, Lady Mary Catherine, daughter of the second Baron 
Herbert of Lea ; sister of the thirteenth Karl of Pembroke ; wife of Baron 
Frederick von Hiigel, member of the Cambridge Philological Society, 
author, and scholar, son of H. E. Baron Charles von Hiigel, the 
eminent Austrian botanist and diplomatist, by Elizabeth, daughter of 
General Farquharson, and niece of General Sir James Outram, (1803-1863), 
K.C.B., one of the heroes of the Indian Mutiny. (1873) 

Herbert, William Green, brother of John Rogers, (1810-1890), R.A., 
the portrait and historical painter. (1846) 

Herbert, Rev. William J. A., of Sudbury, Suffolk ; an Augustinian 
Monk in Ireland. (1896) 

Herbert of Lea, The Lady, Elizabeth, daughter of General Charles 
Ashe A'Court, C.B. ; wife of the Right Hon. Sidney Herbert, (1810-18(31), 
first Baron Herbert of Lea, Secretary of State for War, and a great Army 
Reformer ; mother of the fourteenth Earl of Pembroke ; authoress. (1866) 

Hesketh, Miss, sister of Sir Thomas George Fermor Fermor-Heskett, 
seventh Baronet. 

Heurtley, Rev. Archibald Charles, of Shrewsbury School; B.A., 
Christ Church, Oxford ; curate of St Peter's, London Docks, and then in 
charge of St Mark's, J arrow; grandson of the Rev. Dr Charles Abol 
Heurtley, (18U(i-lHUO), Lady Margaret professor of Divinity, Oxford 
University. A Priest of the Birmingham Oratory. (1900) 



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t Hewitt, The Hon. Mrs Annie Frances, wife of the Hon. James 
Wilfrid Hewitt, son of the fourth Viscount Lifford, and grandson of the 
second Earl of Gosford, G.C.B., who was for a time Governor of Canada ; 
daughter of Arthur Hodgson, of Eton Vale, Darling Downs, Queensland, 
Australia. 

t Heydon, Jabez King, of New South Wales; editor of the Sydney 
Freeman's Journal ; father of His Honour Charles Gilbert Heydon, District 
Court Judge of New South Wales. 

Heys, The Right Rev. Mother Mary Magdalene, (1825-1897), 
Prioress of Syon Abbey, Chudleigh, Devonshire ; daughter of the Rev. 
J. Keys, M.A., an Anglican clergyman, of Staffordshire. (1859) 

Heysham, Henry Nunez, of Riverside, Waltham Cross ; formerly of 
Aylesford. 

Heywood, Mrs Florence Monica Cecilia, wife of Francis Isidore 
Heywood, only son of Henry Heywood, J.P., for Monmouthshire ; daughter 
of the Rev. H. Morris, rector of Llantwit Major, Glamorganshire, South 
Wales. (1908) 

Heywood, Lady Margaret, (1833-1894), wife of Sir Thomas Percival 
Heywood, second Baronet, of Claremont, Lancashire ; daughter of Thomas 
Heywood, of Hope End, Herefordshire. (1876) 

Hibbert, Captain Washington, (1805-1875), of Billing Hall ; son-in- 
law of Sir Henry Tichborne, tenth Baronet ; father of Paul Edgar 
Tichborne Hibbert, J.P., and formerly High Sheriff for Northamptonshire. 

(1849) 

Hibbert, Captain William George, of the Royal Engineers ; served 
in the Chitral Relief Expedition. (1890) 

Hibgame, Miss Emma Gray, (1850-1906), a Dominican nun (Sister 
Mary Wilfrid); contributor to The Catholic Fireside, Month, and Rosary 
Magazine; daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel E. F. Hibgame, H.E.I.C.S. ; of 
Norwich, Norfolk. (1884) 

Hibgame, Frederick Thurlow, fourth brother of Miss Emma Gray 
Hibgame, (1850-1906), a Dominican nun. (1877) 

Hickey, Miss Emily, the poet and authoress ; daughter of the Rev. 
Canon Hickey, an Irish Clergyman ; granddaughter of "Martin Doyle". 

(1901) 

Hickie, Mrs Alice Mary, wife of Dr Robert Eustace Hickie, of East- 
bourne, Sussex. (1896) 

Hickman, Major, of St Leonards, Sussex. 

Hickman, Mrs, wife of Major Hickman. 

Hickman, The Misses, daughters of Major Hickman. 

Hickman, Rev. Hubert, M.A., St Catherine's College, Cambridge ; 
vicar of St Mary's, Frome, Somersetshire. (1899) 

Hickman, Major J. M., of the Royal Army Medical Corps, London. 



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Hickman, Robert Nugent, of Hurstspicrpoint College; son of a fornn-r 
vicar of St Jaines', Croyaon, Surrey. (LSM) 

t Hicks, Rev. John, a Priest of the Order of Marists, formerly u,t Notre 
Dame de France, Leicester Place, London, AV.C. 

Hicks, Major-General, of the Royal Artillery. (1884) 

Hicks, Mrs Seymour, nee Ellaline Terriss ; daughter of William Terriss, 
(1847-1897), the actor ; wife of E. Seymour Hicks, the actor and dramatic 
author, son of Major E. Hicks, of the 42nd Highlanders. (1003) 

f Higgins, Lady Hilda, Lady Hilda Jane Sophia Finch-Hatton 
first wife of Henry Vincent Jliggins, C.V.O., for seven years a Subaltern 
in the Life Guards ; daughter of the tenth Earl of Winchilsea. (1877) 

t Higgins, Rev. John, B.A. St John's College, Cambridge ; curate of 
St Mary Magdalen, Taunton, Somersetshire. A Priest. (1872) 

Higgins, Matthew James, (1810-1868), of Eton College; B.A., 
University College, Oxford ; journalist and author ; the "Jacob Omnium" 
of The Times ; contributor to Tfw Morning Post, Pall Moll (/<o ^t, and 
Cornhill Magazine ; father of Henry Vincent Higgins, C.V.O. ; son-in-law 
of Sir Henry Tichborne, eighth Baronet. (1852) 

Higginson, Rev. W. H-, B.A., Exeter College, Oxford ; a Priest, till 
recently at St Filumena, Stoke-on Trent, Staffordshire; now retired. 

Hildreth, Rev. Charles Ernest Augustus, a Priest of the Society 
of Jesus, Assistant- Prefect of Philosophers at Stonyhurst College, Black- 
burn, Lancashire. (1892) 

Hill, Rev. Benjamin, of Tonbridge School. B.A., St John's College, Cam- 
bridge ; a Passionist Priest, at Valparaiso, Chili, South America. (1866) 

Hill, Rev. Ernest Samuel, a Priest of the Order of Charity at St 
Mary's, Newport, Monmouthshire. 

t Hill, Rev. George James, M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge ; vicar 
of Salford, near Bath, Somersetshire. (1854) 

Hill, Miss Georgina Dora, of Thomastown, co. Kilkenny, Ireland; 
grandniece of the Rev. James Charles Connolly, M.A., Chaplain of 
Woolwich Dockyard. (1874) 

t Hill, Rev. James, M.A., Cantab ; an Anglican clergyman. 

Hill, Rev. John Crass wel ler, B. A., Durham University ; successively 
curate of St Andrew with St Michael, Greenwich Marsh ; and of St 
Mary's, Sunbury-on-Thames. (1908) 

Hill, Percival George, brother of the Rev. Benjamin Hill, B.A., 
Cantab, a Passionist Priest in South America. (1889) 

Hill, William James, M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge. 
Milliard, Miss, a Sister of Mercy. 



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Milliard, Miss Cecilia, a nun in Baltimore, U.S.A. ; sister of the 
above. 

Hinde, Colonel, of the Indian Army. (1866) 

Hine, Harold Egerton, grandson of Henry George Hine, (1811-1895), 
the landscape painter. (1900) 

Hingeston, Miss Pauline Mary Agatha, (1841 1906), a great 
benefactress to the Catholic Mission at Sidmouth, Devonshire. 

Hinson, Miss Margaret, daughter of the former Rector of Hortoa 

t Hirst, Mrs Anna Maria, mother of the late Rev. Joseph Hirst, a 
Priest of the Order of Charity, and President of Ratcliffe College, 
Leicester. (1849) 

t Hirst, Joseph, J.P. for Leeds ; at one time President of the Leeds 
Chamber of Commerce ; husband of the above. (1849) 

Hisjop, Stephen, (1848-1908), of Edinburgh, N.B. ; son of a Protestant 
Missionary in India. 

Hitchcock, Rev. George Stewart, B.A., London University ; 
Anglican Chaplain at the Medway Union, Chatham ; then a Unitarian 
Minister ; a Priest ; D.D. of Rome ; author. (1903) 

Hitchcock, Stephen, son of the Rev. H. W. Hitchcock, M.A., late 
vicar of St John's, Torquay, Devonshire, and of St Mary Magdalene, 
Munster Square, London, X.\V. (1893) 

Hitchings, Rev. Edward B., a Priest, till lately in charge of St 
Hilda's, Xorthenden, Cheshire. (1887) 

Hoare, Rev. Edward, of Dulwich College; London University; a Priest 
of the Order of Charity at St Mary's, Newport, Monmouthshire ; son of 
the Rev. J. W. D. Hoare, B.A., formerly vicar of St Philip's, Sydenham, 
London, S.E. (1881) 

Hoare, Rev. Francis O'Donoghue, of Dulwich College; B.A., 
London University ; a Priest, (Oblate of St Charles) at St Mary of the 
Angels, Westmoreland Road, Bayswater, London, W. ; brother of the 
preceding. (1881) 

Hoare, Rev. J. W. D., B.A., Trinity College, Dublin; vicar of St 
Philip's, Sydenham, London, S.E. ; son of a former Dean of Achonry, 
Ireland ; father of the above. (1881) 

Hoare, Mrs, wife of the Rev. J. W. D. Hoare, B.A., Trinity College, 
Dublin. ( 1890 ) 

t Hodges, Nicholas William, at one time Editor of The Weekly 
Register. ( 1857) 

Hodgson, Miss, one of the Anglican Sisters who accompanied the Cowlev 
Fathers to India. 



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Hodson, Rev. Charles Edward, M.A., Trinity Hall, Cambridge ; 
Anglican chaplain to Admiral Sir George fare's Arctic Expedition, and 
then to H.M.S. Abonkir. (1877) 

Hoey, Mrs Frances Sarah Cash el, (1830-1908), authoress and 
journalist; daughter of C. B. Johnston of Dublin; wife of John Cashel 
Hoey, C.M.G., who was for a time Sub-Editor of The Dublin Review. 

Holder*, Henry, solicitor. 

Holdsworth, Mrs, (1805-1874), nee Eli/a Mary Anne Clarke ; relative of 
the Froude family. (1855) 

Holland, The Lord, (1801-1859), Henry Edward Fox, fourth and last 
Baron. (1850) 

Holland, The Lady, (1812-1889), Lady Augusta Coventry, wife of the 
fourth Baron Holland ; only daughter of the eighth Earl of Coventry. (1850) 

1 Holland, Mrs Mary Sibylla Frances, wife of the late Rev. Canon 
Francis Holland, M.A., of Canterbury Cathedral, and Chaplain to Queen 
Victoria and King Edward VII ; daughter of the Rev. Alfred Lyall, M.A., 
(1795-1865), the philosopher, traveller, author and rector of Harbledown, 
Kent. (1889) 

Holland, Lady May, wife of Sir William Henry Holland, J.P., formerly 
M.P., of Poole Hall, Naiitwich ; eldest daughter of James Lund, J.P. and 
D.L. of Malsis Hall, near Leeds, Yorkshire. (1904) 

Holland, Stephen Taprell, of Otterspool, Aldenham, Watford, 
Hertfordshire; J.P. ; built at his own expense the Church of the Holy 
Rood, Watford; Hon. -Treasurer of the Benevolent Society ; a ".founder " 
of Westminster Cathedral; eldest son of James Holland, J.P., of Seaford 
House, Sussex, 

Hellish, Miss, daughter of Colonel Hollish, of Lodsworth, Sussex. (1895) 

Holmes, Miss, daughter of Sir Richard Holmes, for many years librarian 
at Windsor Castle ; granddaughter of the late Rev. Dr Gee, Vicar of 
Windsor and Canon of St George's. (1909) 

Holmes, Miss Annie Emma, a nun and Canoness of St Augustine's 
Convent, Bruges, Belgium. 

Holmes, Miss Mary, (1853-1903), the authoress. 

Holmes, Mrs Augusta, the musical composer. (1899) 

Holmes, Colonel Richard, late of the 39th Regiment. 

Holmes-a'Court, The Hon. Mrs Annie, wife of the Hon. Arthur 
Wyndham Holmes-a'Court, surveyor of Public AVorks, Antigua, Captain 
of Antigua Artillery, son of the second Baron Heytesbury, and grandson 
of Sir Leonard Worsley Holmes, Bart. ; daughter of the Hon. Thomas 
Berkeley Hardtman-Berkeley, G.M.G., late President of the General 
Council of the Leeward Islands. (1888) 

Holms, Douglas, son of John Holms, formerly M.P. for Hackney, 
London, N.E. (1890 



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Holms, Rev. J. Charles, at one time a member of an Anglican Brother- 
hood in the Lichfield Diocese. (1900) 

Holt, Arthur, son of Colonel Holt. 

Hony wood, Sir John William, (1857-1907), eighth Baronet, of Evington 
Place, Kent ; J.P. for Kent ; formerly an officer in the 2nd Derby Militia, 
and in the East Kent Yeomanry Cavalry. (1895) 

Hood, Rev. Edward Theophilus, (1808-1886), barrister ; son of an 
Anglican clergyman. A Priest of the Society of Jesus, for twenty -seven 
years at All Saints, Wardour Castle, Tisbury, Wiltshire. * (1845) 

Hooke-Robinson, Mrs Noel, of Ovington Square, London, S.W. (1866) 

Hoole, Rev. Arthur Stanley, formerly lieutenant in the Royal 
Artillery ; a Priest of the Birmingham Oratory. (1891) 

Hooper, Dr, B.A., Caius and Gonville College, Cambridge ; M.B., London 
University. 

Hope, Mrs Anne, (1809-1887), the historian and authoress ; wife of Dr 
James Hope, (1801-1841), F.R.S., of St George's Hospital, London, W. ; 
author of Conversion of the Teutonic Races, etc. ; mother of Sir Theodore 
Cracroft Hope, R.C.S.I., C.I.E., formerly of the Indian Civil Service. 

(1846) 

t Hope, Mrs, daughter of General de Rapp, of Paris. (1858) 

Hope, Rev. Douglas, (1848-1889), of Eton College ; M.A., Christ Church, 
Oxford ; curate of St John the Divine, Kennington, London, S.E. A Priest 
(Oblate of St Charles), and Director of St Vincent's Home for Boys, Harrow 
Road, London, W. ; son of George William Hope, M. P. of Luffness, N.B. ; 
grandson of the third Duke of Buccleuch ; great-grandson of the second 
Earl of Hopetoun. (1877) 

Hope, John, grandson of General de Rapp, of Paris. (1858) 

Hope-Johnstone, Lady, (1805-1891), wife of Admiral Sir William J. 
Hope-Johnstone, K.C.B. ; daughter of Sir Thomas Kirkpatrick, fifth Baronet. 

(1851) 

t Hope-Johnstone, Miss Alicia Isabella, a sister of Mercy ; 
daughter of Admiral Sir William J. Hope-Johnstone, K.C.B. (1851) 

Hope-Johnstone, Miss, daughter of Admiral Sir William J. Hope- 
Johnstone, K.C.B. (1851) 

Hope-Scott, Mrs Charlotte Harriet Jane, (1828-1858), first 
wile of James Robert Hope-Scott, (1812-1873), M.A., Oxon ; daughter of 
John Gibson Lockhart, (1794-1854), B.A., Balliol College, Oxford, 
advocate, novelist, biographer of Scott and Burns, by Sophia, daughter of 
Sir Walter Scott, (1771-1832), of Abbotsford, first Baronet, novelist and 
poet ; mother of the Hon. Mrs Mary Monica Max well -Scott, the 
authoress, wife of the Hon. Joseph Constable Maxwell-Scott, J.P. for 
Roxburghshire, third son of the thirteenth Baron Herries, by Marcia, 
daughter of Sir E. M. Vavasour, Bart. ; grandmother of Captain Walter 
Joseph Maxwell-Scott, of the Cameronians, who served in the last South 
African War, including the defence of Ladysmith ; of Lieutenant Joseph 
Michael M ax well-Scott, !?.X. ; r.ncl of Lieutenant Malcolm Raphael 
!>h Maxwell-Scott, R.X. (j^ 



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Hope-Scott, James Robert, (1812-1873), of Eton College ; M.A., 
Christ Church, Fellow of Merton College, Oxford; D.C.L.; parliamentary 
barrister, Chancellor of the Diocese of Salisbury ; author ; a great 
benefactor to several Scotch Catholic Missions and Convents ; founder of 
the Church of Our Lady and St Andrew, Galashiels ; Our Lady and St 
Joseph, Selkirk ; and of The Immaculate Conception, Kelso, N.B., which 
in 1850 was burnt to the ground together with the schoolhouse and 
rectory, by a Protestant mob ; third son of General the Hon. Sir 
Alexander Hope, (1769-1837), G.C.B., of Rankeillour and Luffness, who 
served in Flanders and Holland, Governor of the Royal Military College, 
Sandhurst, and Lieutenant- Governor of Chelsea Hospital, M.P. for 
Dumfries and Linlithgowshire, by his wife Georgina Alicia, youngest 
daughter of George Brown pf Elliston, Roxburghshire ; grandson of John, 
second Earl of Hopetoun ; father of James Fitzalan Hope, M.P. for the 
Central Division of Sheffield, J.P. for Sussex, by his second wife the late 
Lady Victoria Howard, daughter of the fourteenth Duke of Norfolk. 

(1851) 

Hopkins, Rev. Gerald M., (1844-1889), scholar, M.A., (First-Class 
Honours in the final Schools), Balliol College, Oxford; Fellow of the 
Royal University of Ireland; a Priest of the Society of Jesus, and 
Professor of Classics at the Catholic University College, Dublin. (1866) 

Horan, Rev. Arthur James, a Franciscan Friar, (Capuchin) in the 
United States ; formerly of the Department of Justice, Odana, Conn. ; 
son of the Rev. J. Horan, M.A., vicar of Bapchied, Kent. (1888) 

Horan, Mrs, daughter of an Irish Clergyman in Dublin ; mother of the 
late Rev. Mother Mary Austin, of the Sisters of Mercy, New York. 

Horn, Miss Flora, a nun ; daughter of a former Recorder of Hereford. 

t Hornby, Edward Owen, M.A., St John's College, Cambridge ; of 
The Hook, Fareham, Hampshire ; and of Portland Place, London, W. 

(1868) 

t Hornby, Mrs Martha, wife of Edward Owen Hornby, M.A., 
Cantab. (1868) 

t Home, Rev. Edward, M.A., St John's College, Cambridge ; vicar of 
St Lawrence, Southampton, Hampshire. (1847) 

t Home, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Edward Home, M.A., Cantab. (1847) 

Home, The Misses, daughters of the Rev. Edward Home, M.A., 
Cantab ; both nuns. (1847) 

Home, Rev. Percy, a Benedictine Monk (Dom Ethelbert) at Downside 
Abbey, near Bath, Somersetshire. (1874) 

Horsley, Mrs Mary Anderson, wife of Dr Reginald Horsley ; daughter 
of William Inglis, of Kirkmay, N.B. 

Horsley, Dr Reginald, F.R.C.S. (Edin.) ; J.P., Sydney Grammar School, 
and the Universities of Melbourne, Berlin, and Edinburgh ; author ; son 
of Captain Charles H. Horsley, late of the Indian Army. (1881) 

t Hoste, Wyndham Horatio Nelson, M.A., Oriel College, Oxford; 
barrister ; son of Captain Sir William Hoste, (1780-1828), first Baronet, 
K.C.B., who fought under Nelson off Toulon, at St Vincent and Santa 
( 'ruz ; brother of Rear-Admiral Sir William Legge George Hoste, second 
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Hough ton, Rev. John, M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge ; an Anglican 
clergyman. 

t Houghton, Rev. Matthew Philip, B.A., Cams and Gonville College, 
Cambridge ; curate at Aston, Birmingham. (1854) 

t Houldsworth, Mrs Henry, of Carrick House, Ayr, N.B. (1872) 

Household, Miss, formerly Associate of the East Grinstead Anglican 
Sisterhood ; now a nun at Mill Hill Convent. (1868) 

t Howard, The Hon. Lady, wife of the late Sir Henry Francis Howard, 
G.C.B., Envoy Extraordinary to Bavaria ; daughter of the second Baron 
Erskine ; mother of Sir Henry Howard, K.C.M.G., British Minister to the 
Netherlands and to the Grand Duchy of Luxemburg. (1842) 

t Howard, Mrs Catherine Mary, of Corby Castle, Cumberland ; 
daughter of Sir Richard Neave, Bart,, of Dagnam Park, Essex. 

Howard, Esme William, C.M.G. C.V.O. ; of Harrow School; 
successively Assistant Private Secretary to Lord Carnarvon at Dublin 
Castle ; Third Secretary in Rome and Berlin ; Assistant Private Secretary 
to Lord Kimberley; Hon. Attache' at Rome; Consul-General for Crete; 
Councillor of H.B.M's Embassy of Washington, U.S.A., now Consul- 
General for the Kingdom of Hungary ; youngest son of Henry Howard, 
M.P., of Greystoke Castle, Cumberland ; son-in-law of Prince Giustimani 
Bandini, tenth Earl of Newburgh. (1898) 

Howard, Mrs Frances Ann, nee Heneage ; widow of Captain Edward 
Howard, grandson of the twelfth Duke of Norfolk. 

Howard of Glossop, The Lady, (1860-1887), Clara Louisa Greenwood, 
first wife of the second Baron Howard of Glossop, cousin to the fifteenth 
Duke of Norfolk, K.G. ; daughter of John Greenwood, M.P., of Swarcliffe 
Hall, Ripley, Yorkshire. (1882) 

Howard of Glossop, The Lady, Hyacinthe Scott-Kerr, second wife 
of the second Baron Howard of Glossop ; daughter of William Scott-Kerr, 
of Chatto and Sunlaws, Roxburghshire, N.B. (1890) 

Howard-Hodges, Miss, now the Rev. Mother Fidelia and Superioress 
of the Convent of St Philomena, Rome. (1875) 

Howard-Hodges, Miss Edith, her youngest sister. (1897) 

Howarth, Rev. Arthur William, a Priest-in-charge of Our Lady of 
Mount Carmel, Corby, near Grantham, Lincolnshire 

Howden, The Lord, (1799-1873), G.C.B., second and last Baron Howden ; 
diplomatist and successively British Minister at Brazil and Madrid ; 
better known as General Sir John Hobart Caradoc ; only child of Sir John 
Francis Caradoc, (1762-1839), first Baron Howden ; grandson of the Most 
Rev. Dr John Caradock, (1708-1778), Protestant Archbishop of Dublin. 

(1848) 

Howden, Richard Armaral, of Wellington College and Downing 
College, Cambridge. (1905) 

Howell, Mrs Julia Eliza, (1829-1896), wife of the Rev. Russell Howell, 
M.A., Oxon ; daughter of the late Robert Saunders, of the Bengal Civil 
Service, by Eliza Wallace Barnett, (1857) 



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Howell, Rev. Russell, (1820-1906), of Harrow School ; M.A., Christ 
Church, Oxford ; vicar of St Veep, Cornwall ; Private Chamberlain to 
H.H. Pope Leo XIII ; son of David Howell, of Ethy, Cornwall ; father of 
the Rev. Bernard Howell, a Redemptorist Priest at Sant Alfonso, Via 
Merulana, Rome ; of the Rev. Edmund J. Howell, a Redemptorist Priest 
at St Edmund's, Lower Edmonton, London, N. ; of David Howell, J.P. for 
Cornwall, son-in-law of William E. Segar. barrister, of Preston, 
Lancashire ; and of Captain Wilfrid Russell Howell, D.S.O., of the South 
African Constabulary, who served during the late South African War, 
son-in-law of Colonel Lucius Falkland Carey, of Torre Abbey, Devon- 
shire. (185G) 

Howes, William, of Portman Square, London, W. (1906) 

Ho witt, Miss Margaret, the authoress ; daughter of William Howitt, 
(1792-1879), the Quaker poet and author. (1880) 

Howitt, Mrs Mary, (1799-1888), nee Botham ; authoress; published 
translations of Frediiko, l.reraer and Hans Andersen, and successful 
children's books ; wife of William Howitt, (1792-1879), poet and author. 

( 1 SS2) 

Huddlestone, John Gilbert, B.A., Keble College, Oxford. (IS!).,) 
Hudson, Henry J., the artist. 

Hughes, Miss Catherine, a Dominican nun ; daughter of William J. 
Hughes, of Ulancothy, Carnarvonshire, North Wales. (1879) 

I Hughes, Rev. Henry Bailey, a I'riest in Carnarvonshire, North 
Wales; son of the Rev. llowel Hughes, M.A., rector of Trefriew, 
( 'arnarvonshire ; great-grandson of General Sir Edmund Reilly Cope, 
1 '.art. 

Hughes, Rev. Henry George, of the Collegio Beda, Rome ; a Priest, 
till recently at St Francis, Shell'ord, Bedfordshire ; now at St John the 
Baptist, Norwich, Norfolk. 



Hughes, Rev. James Barrett, formerly a member of the Rev. 
Father Ignatius' Community at Norwich, Norfolk. (1869) 

Hugo, Miss Charlotte, a Sister of Mercy in Washington, U.S.A. ; 
niece of the Most Rev. 1 )r Temple, Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. 

Hull, Rev. Ernest R., a Priest of the Society of Jesus in India ; author 
and editor of The Bombay Cttfhttlic E.Htwiner. (I8S:J) 

t Hulme, The Right Rev. Mpnsignor Benjamin, of Longton, 
Staffordshire : a Priest and chaplain at Mawley Hall, Shropshire ; author. 

(182J 

t Hulme, Mrs, mother of the ate Right Rev. Monsignor Benjamin 
Hulme. 



t Humble, Rev. Henry Martin, M.A., Cantab; curate of Newbourne, 
Northumberland. (1847) 

Humphrey, Rev. William, of Marischal College, Aberdeen ; 

Edinburgh University; advocate, then Incumbent of St Mary Magdalen's, 
Dundee ; and chaplain to the Bishop of Brechin. A Priest of the Society 
of Jesus at St licimo's College, St Asaph, North Wales; author; son of 
John Humphrey, of Pitmedden, N.B. 



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Hunnybun, Mrs Phoebe Anne, wife of the Rev. William M. Hunnybun, 
M.A., Cantab. (1869) 

Hunnybun, Rev. William Martin, M.A., Fellow of Caiua and Gonville 
College, Cambridge ; some time curate at All Saints, Margaret Street, 
London, "W., then vicar at Bickernoller ; formerly Professor at the Catholic 
University College, Kensington, London, W., and for many years Secretary 
of the Catholic School Committee. (1869) 

Hunt, Dr Lewis Gibson, M.A., Acadia College, Nova Scotia ; M.D., 
M'Gill College, Montreal, Canada ; L.R.C.P., Edinburgh ; L.F.P.S., Glasgow ; 
J.P. for Sheffield ; son-in-law of the Rev. James Stuart Vaughan. M.A.. of 
Clifton. 

Hunt, Rowland, of Eton College and Magdalene College, Cambridge ; 
M.P. for the Ludlow Division of Shropshire ; J.P. for Shropshire and Lord 
of the Manor of Baschurch ; late Master of the Shropshire Hounds ; served 
as an officer in the late South African War with Lord Lovat's Scouts ; 
eldest son of Rowland Hunt, J.P. of Boreatton, Shropshire. (1899) 

Hunt, M rs Veronica, wife of Rowland Hunt, M.P. for the Ludlow Division 
of Shropshire ; daughter of Colonel Duncan Davison, of Tulloch Castle, N.B. ; 
sister of Mrs Adelaide Boulton, wife of Harold Boulton, M.V.O. (1888) 

Hunter, Assistant-Commissary, of Dublin. 

Hunter, Rev. Evan Haynes, (1812-1874), M.A., Trinity College, 
Cambridge ; an Anglican clergyman. A Priest. (1846) 

Hunter, Rev. Sylvester Joseph, (1829-1896), of St Paul's School, Lon- 
don, W.; M. A., wrangler, Trinity College, Cambridge; barrister; a Priest of 
the Society of Jesus, for some time Professor of Law at Stonyhurst College, 
Blackburn, Lancashire, and Rector of St Beuno's College, St Asaph, North 
Wales ; author ; son of the Rev. Joseph Hunter, (1783-1861), Presbyterian 
Minister at Bath, antiquary, sub-commissioner, then assistant-keeper of 
Public Records, author and Vice-President of the Society of Antiquaries. 

(1857) 

t Hunter, Miss, a Benedictine nun; daughter of the Rev. Joseph 
Hunter, (1783-1861), a Presbyterian Minister at Bath ; sister of the Rev. 
Sylvester Joseph Hunter, M.A., Cantab, a Priest of the Society of Jesus 
at St Beuno's College, St Asaph, North Wales. (1860) 

j Hunter, Rev. Thomas William, M.A., Hertford College, Oxford; 
rector of Callander, N.B. ; Secretary and Treasurer to the Westminster 
Diocesan Education Fund for Poor Children ; Secretary of the Westminster 
Diocesan Schools' Association ; Secretary to Catholic Emigration Society ; 
on Catholic Guardians' Executive Committee; Knight of St Gregory 
the Great, eldest son of the late Thomas Hunter, of Clive Vale, Hastings, 
Sussex. ( 1897 ) 

Hunter-Blair, Rev. Sir David, fifth Baronet ; of Eton College ; M.A., 
Magdalen College, Oxford ; formerly captain Ayr and Wigtown Militia ; 
Private Chamberlain of the Sword' and Cloak to Pope Pius IX and Leo 
XIII ; a Benedictine Monk (Dom Oswald), for five years Rector of Fort 
Augustus Abbey School, N.B., till lately Master of Hunter-Blair's Hall, 
Oxford ; author. (1875) 

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Hunter-Blair, Lieutenant-Colonel David, (1827-1869), of the Scota 
Fusilier Guards ; fourth son of Sir David Hunter-Blair, third Baronet. 

(1869) 

Hunter-Blair, Mrs Emily, (1825-1885), wife of John Hunter-Blair, 
third son of Sir David Hunter-Blair, third Baronet ; youngest daughter 
of Edward Grant. 

Huntingtowcr, Lord, (1800-1872), William Lionel Felix Tollemache, 
of Eton College ; M.A., Christ Church, Oxford ; eldest son of the eighth 
Earl of Dysart. (1870) 

t Husenbeth, Mrs Elizabeth, mother of the Very Rev. Frederick 
Charles Husenbeth, D.D., a. Priest, formerly Provost and Vicar-General of 
Northampton Diocese. 

Huskisson, Paul Lawrence, grandson of William Huskisson, (1770- 
1830), M.P., the statesman and economist. (1892) 

Huson, Rev. William Bernard, M.D., of Bellevue Hospital, New 
York ; B.D., of the Episcopal Theological Seminary at Nashotah, Wis., 
U.S.A. ; he nursed the yellow fever sufferers in Memphis ; formerly of the 
Cowley Brotherhood, and Minister of All Saints' Episcopal Cathedral, 
Milwaukee. A Priest of the Society of Jesus at the Church of the Sacred 
Heart, Blackpool, Lancashire. (1885) 

Hussey-Walsh, Mrs Mary, wife of Major AVilliam II. Hussey- Walsh, 
of the 4th Battalion Essex Regiment, son of Walter Hussey-Walsh, of 
Cranagh and Mulhussey ; daughter of the Rev. E. R. Evered. 

Hutcheon, John, banker, of Aberdeen, N.B. 

t Hutchins, Edward John, M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge; for 
some time M.P. for Lymington. 

t Hutchins, Mrs, wife of Edward John Hutchins, M.A., Cantab. 

Hutchison, John, barrister. 

Hutchison, Miss, daughter of a Rector of Checkley. 

Hutchison, Mrs Isabella, (1782-1866), wife of the late Colonel 
Hutchison, of Edinburgh, N.B. ; daughter of the late Lord Cunningham; 
part foundress of St Catherine's Convent, Lauriston Gardens, Edinburgh ; 
and her children. (1855) 

Hutchison, Rev. William Antony, (1822-1863), B.A., Trinity College, 
Cambridge ; a Priest of the Brompton Oratory, London, S.W (1845) 

Hutchison, Rev. William Corston, (1819 1883), S.C.L., M.A., St 
Mary's Hall, Oxford ; rector of St Endellion, Trigg, Cornwall ; author; 
for some time tutor to the late Prince Louis Napoleon, son of Napoleon 
III ; Knight of the Holy Cross of Jerusalem ; Private Chamberlain to 
Popes Pius IX and Leo XIII; father of the Rev. Francis Bernard] 
Hutchison, a Benedictine Monk at St Lawrence's, Petersfield, Hampshire. 

(1851) 



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f Hutchison, Mrs, wile of the Rev. William Corston Hutchison, (1811'- 
1883), M.A., Oxon. (1851) 

Huyshe, Wentworth, journalist and author ; an expert in the 
literature of medievalism ; was war correspondent in the Soudanese 
campaigns of 1884-86 ; fourth son of General Alfred Huyshe, C.B., of the 
Royal Horse Artillery, and of Julia, daughter of the Rev. George Hagar. 

t Hyncs, Mrs, wife of Mortimer Hynes, late Supervisor of Excise. (1847) 



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ILES, Richard Albert, (1817-1902), of Reevey, Fairford ; formerly 
Chairman of the Cirencester Board of Guardians. (1844) 

lies, Mrs, wife of Richard Albert lies, (1817-1902), of Reevey, Fairford* 
mother of the Rev. Canon Daniel lies, L.D., of Lou vain University, 
a Priest and Professor at Oscott College, Birmingham. (1843) 

Imray, Mrs, of Fort Augustus, KB. 

Incledon, Lewis, of the General Post Office, London, E.G. 

Ingle, Rev. Frederick Alfred, of Merchant Taylors' School; B.A., 
St John's College, Oxford ; curate of Great Ilford, Essex. A Priest, at 
one time Professor at St Edmund's College, Ware, Hertfordshire ; till 
recently at The Assumption, Warwick Street, Golden Square, London, W. ; 
now in charge of St George, Shoeburyness, Essex. (1902) 

Ingleby, Mrs Harriet Jane, second daughter of Charles Fawcett 
Neville-Rolf e, J.P. of Heacham Hall, Norfolk ; wife of Holcombe Ingleby, 
of Valentines, Ilford, Essex. 

Inglefield, Mrs, wife of Major Inglefield. 

Ins pen, John Abel, solicitor, of Winstay Gardens, Kensington, 
London, W. (1891) 

i- Innes, Lieutenant, of the 1st European Regiment; son of an 
Anglican clergyman. (1852) 

t Innes, Mrs, wife of Lieutenant Innes. (1852) 

Iredell, Miss Rose, daughter of Colonel Iredell. (1884) 

Irons, Miss Genevieve, the authoress ; youngest daughter of the Rev. 
William Josiah Irons, (1812-1883), D.D., M.A., Queen's College, Oxford, 
successively Vicar of Barkway, Hertfordshire, for thirty years Vicar of 
Brompton, Middlesex, Rector of Wadingham, Lincolnshire, and Rural 
Dean, Rector of St Mary, Woolnoth, London, E.G., and Prebendary of 
St Paul's Cathedral ; granddaughter of the Rev. Joseph Irons, (1785-1852), 
an Evangelical preacher and Minister of Grove Chapel, Camberwell, 
London, S.E. (I 895 ) 



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Irvine, Mrs, wife of Admiral St George Caulfield d'Arcy Irvine, C.B. 

t Irwin, Rev. Henry, M.A., Oxon ; an Anglican clergyman ; resident in 
Xew York. (1902) 

Isaacson, Mrs, nee Campbell; wife of Major J. de S. Isaacson, of the 
Royal Scots Guards. (1908) 

Ives, Mrs, wife of Charles H. Ives of the Indian Civil Service. 

Izard, Rev. Francis, a Benedictine Monk at Erdington Abbey ; formerly 
a surgeon in practice at Brownedge, near Preston, Lancashire. 



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JACKSON, Lieutenant Arthur, late of the 6th Regiment. 

Jackson, Miss, a nun ; daughter of the Rev. Canon Jackson, M.A., an 
Anglican clergyman. 

Jackson, Rev. Edmund, late curate of St Peter's, Barnsley, Yorkshire ; 
author. (1899) 

Jackson, Miss Frances, the authoress; daughter of the late Peter 
Rothwell Jackson, of Blackbrooke, Monmouthshire. (1879) 

Jackson, Captain Sir Henry Moore, (1849-1908), G.C.M.G. ; R.A., 
of Marlborough and Clifton Colleges, the Royal Military Academy ; 
successively Private Secretary to Sir H. Irving in Trinidad ; to Sir John 
(Hover in Newfoundland ; for five years Commisioner of Turks Islands ; 
Colonial Secretary for the Bahamas and Gibraltar ; Governor of Leeward 
Islands; Governor of Fiji; Governor of Trinidad and Tobago, (1904-1908) ; 
youngest son of the Right Rev. William Walrond Jackson, D.D., Bishop of 
Antigua, B.W.I. ; son-in-law of the late Sir Edward D' Alton Shea, 
President of the Newfoundland Legislative Council. (1882) 

t Jackson, Miss Mary Elizabeth, a nun (Mother Aloysia) and 
Superioress of St Anne's Convent, Camp Hill, Birmingham. (1840) 

t Jackson, Richard Charles, of South Lodge, Limerick, Ireland; 
B.A., Trinity College, Dublin. (1852) 

t Jackson, William, a Presbyterian; of Rea Mills, Ballybay, Ireland. 

(1850) 

James, Miss Edythe Augusta Prisca, daughter of General 
Haughton James. (1893) 

James, Henry, barrister, of London. 

James, Rev. Henry, (1809-1878), M.A., Worcester College, Oxford; 
vicar of St Andrew's, Wells Street, London, W. A Priest of the Society 
of Jesus at The Annunciation, Chesterfield, Derbyshire. (1851) 

James, Major John Edgcumbe, of Marlborough College ; served 
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James, Miss Julia, a nun at Hammersmith, London, W. ; daughter of 
Edwin John James, (1812-1882), barrister, Q.C., recorder of Brighton, 
M.P. for Marylebone ; authoress. 

t James, Miss Laura Harriet, daughter of the Rev. Edward James, 
M.A., late vicar of Hindringham, Norfolk. 

James, Miss Margaret E., the authoress ; of Tenby, South Wales. 
t Jarrett, Colonel, J.P. for Lanarkshire, N.B. (1848) 

t Jarrett, Mrs, wife of Colonel Jarrett ; and family. (1848) 

Jarrett, Mrs Agnes, wife of Colonel Henry Sullivan Jarrett, C.I.E., 
who served during the Indian Mutiny, second son of Thomas Jarrett, of 
Speldhurst, Kent; daughter of Francis Beaufort, of the Bengal Civil 
Service. (1874) 

Jarvis, George Harvey Thompson, (1822-1881), surgeon, L.S.A., of 
London ; father of the Rev. Stephen Eyre Jarvis, a Priest of the Order 
of Charity, for several years Rector of St Etheldreda's, Holborn Circus, 
London, E.G., now Rector of St Marie's, Rugby. (1848) 

Jarvis, Mrs Sophia Mary Ann, (1821-1907), wife of the late George 
H. T. Jarvis, surgeon, of London. (1848) 

Jaxon, Miss Helse, the singer. 

t Jee, Deputy-Inspector-General Joseph, C.B., V.C., of Queni- 
borough Hall, near Leicester ; honorary Surgeon to Queen Victoria. 

Jeffcoat, Rev. James William, (1845-1908), of Gloucester ; a Priest 
of the Society of Jesus of the Irish Province (1882) 

Jeffries, Mrs, wife of Colonel Jeffries. 

t Jenkins, Frederick, of Aberdare, Abergavenny, Wales. (1879) 

Jenner, Henry, the author ; of the British Museum ; son of the late Right 
Rev. Henry Lascelles Jenner, first Anglican Bishop of Dunedin, New 
Zealand. 

Jenner, Mrs Katherine Lee, the authoress; daughter of W. J' 
Kawlings, of Downes, Hayle, Cornwall ; wife of Henry Jenner, of the 
British Museum. 

t Jephson, Rev. John Michael, B. A., Trinity College, Dublin ; curate 
of Wilby, Norfolk. (1848) 

t Jephson, Mrs, wife of the late Rev. John Michael Jephson. (1848) 

Jerningham, Mrs Frederick William, daughter of the Rev 
George Mangles, M.A., an Anglican clergyman. 



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t Jerrard, Rev. Joseph Henry, (1802-1853), M.A., D.C.L., tutor, 
and Fellow of Caius and Conville College, Cambridge ; Principal of 
Bristol College ; Fellow and Examiner of the London University ; College 
Preacher of Great St Mary's, Cambridge ; refused the Bishopric of 
Manchester. (1851) 

Jerrard, Mrs Louisa, (1813-1882), wife of the Rev. Joseph Henry 
Jerrard, (1802-1853), M.A., Cantab ; daughter of Admiral James Young, 
of Barton End, Gloucestershire ; and family, among whom were the 
Rev. Joseph Henry Jerrard, (1846-1896), and the Rev. George Frederick 
Jerrard, at St David's, Dalkeith, N.B., Priests of the Society of Jesus. 

(1851) 

t Jervis, Rev. James Walter, B.A., Cantab ; an Anglican chaplain 
in Bombay, India. (1859) 

Johns, Rev. Thomas Raymond, a Dominican Friar, now in 
California, U.S.A. 

Johnson, Dr Alice Neville Vowe, F.R.C.S., D.P.H., Cantab ; member 
of the Committee of the Catholic Women's League; authoress. 

Johnson, Arthur, B.A., Keble College, Oxford. (1878) 

Johnson, George Frederick, son of the late British Consul at 
Antwerp, Belgium. 

Johnson, Mrs, mother of George Frederick Johnson. 

Johnson, Mrs Frances Grace, wife of John George Johnson, D.L., 
late M.I*, for Exeter ; daughter of Sir Theodore Henry Lavington 
Brinckman, first Baronet, at one time M.P. for Yarmouth. 

t Johnson, Captain Henry, of the Indian Merchant Service. (1851) 
t Johnson, James, of Mullinahone, co. Kilkenny, Ireland. (1848) 

Johnson, Lionel Pigott, (1867-1902), of Winchester College; B.A., 
Xew College, Oxford ; poet and critic; youngest son of Captain Johnson. 

(1892) 

Johnson, Samuel Fell, Insurance Secretary of Huddersfield, Yorkshire. 

(1900) 
Johnson, Mrs, wife of Samuel Fell Johnson ; and family. (1901) 

Johnston, Harold, B.A., Trinity College, Oxford. (1894) 

Johnston, S. Sinclair, B.A., Scholar of Trinity College, Oxford ; in 
1907 he was Secretary of the Union and of the Newman Society. (1905) 

t Johnstone, J. Augustus J., Laird of Alva and President of the 
Catholic Caledonian Society of Edinburgh. 

Johnstone, J. S., M.A., Pembroke College, Oxford. (1863) 

I Johnstone, Major Robert Beckford, of the Sherwood Foresters. 

Johnstone, The Misses, daughters of Major Robert Beckford 
Johnstone. 



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Jollcy, Gwilt, the artist, of the Newlyn School (1892) 

Jolley, Mrs, wife of Gwilt JoUey, the artist. (1896) 

Jones, Arthur Barclay, choirmaster of the Brompton Oratory and 
Professor at the Guildhall School of Music, London, E.G. (1889) 

Jones, Mrs A. D., daughter of William Bowen Rowlands, (1840-1906), 
K.G., County Court Judge. (1896) 

Jones, Arthur Daniel Dewicke, of Winchester College; a solicitor in 
London. 

Jones, Miss Bertha Parry, daughter of Dr Jones, of Ruthin, North 
Wales. (1893) 

Jones, Mrs, nee Deighton, of Dereham, Norfolk; wife of an Anglican 
clergyman. 

Jones, B. W., solicitor. 

Jones, Charles, of the Custom House. (1876) 

Jones, Mrs Coventry, granddaughter of the eighth Earl of Coventry ; 
sister of the Rev. John Coventry, (1819-1897), M.A., Oxon, Rector of 
Tywardreath, Cornwall. (1860) 

Jones, The Misses, daughters of Mrs Coventry Jones. (1860) 

Jones, Mrs E. O., of Brook Green, London, W. ; sister of William J. 
Manbey, solicitor, of Oak Lake, Manitoba, Canada. 

Jones, Ernest Seymour, B.A., Christ College, Cambridge. (1893) 

Jones, Rev. Frederick Foster, (1837-1906), of University College, 
London ; M.A., St John's College, Cambridge ; successively curate of 
Great Bradford, Essex ; Kemerton, Gloucestershire, then at St Andrew's, 
Wells Street, London, W. For five years a secular Priest when he joined 
the Society of Jesus, his last post being at St Beuno's College, St Asaph, 
North \Vales. (1871) 

Jones, Griffiths Coventry, relative of the eighth Earl of Coventry. 

Jones, Rev. Henry Francis John, M.A., Christ Church, Oxford; an 
Anglican clergyman of Humpheston Hall, Shropshire. 

t Jones, Mrs Henshawe, wife of an Anglican clergyman. (1848) 

Jones, Rev. John Hugh, of Jesus College, Oxford ; a Priest, for several 
years in charge of St Helen's, Carnarvon, North Wales ; now Professor of 
Welsh at St Mary's College, Holywell; author. (1865) 

t Jones, Rev. Joseph, formerly a Wesleyan Minister. A Priest. 
Jones, Miss Mary, a Carmelite nun. 

Jones, Mrs May, (1833-1882), nee Laurence, wife of Lieutenant-Colonel 
Richard Jones. 



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t Jones, Mrs, wife of Owen Jones, (1809-1874), the architect, author and 
ornamental designer, son of Owen Jones, (1741-1814), the Welsh Antiquary. 

Jones, Richard, architect, of Ryde, Isle of Wight. 
Jones, Mrs, wife of Richard Jones, of Ryde. 

Jones, Lieutenant-Colonel R. Wallen, late of the 84th Regiment ; 
served in India, Burmah, etc. (1875) 

Jones, Mrs Sarah Jane Clifford, wife of Ernest Seymour Jones, 
B.A., Cantab; and child. (1893) 

Jones, Thomas Suffield, B.A., New Inn Hall, Oxford. 

Jowitt, Mrs Mackintosh, mother of Mrs Tilney Barton, of Crossways, 
Parkstone, Dorset. (1903) 

Jowitt, Miss Mary Amy, daughter of Mrs MacKintosh Jowitt. (1903) 

Joyce, Rev. George Hay ward, of Charterhouse School; M.A., Oriel 
College, Oxford ; curate of Holy Trinity, Shrewsbury, Shropshire. A 
Priest of the Society of Jesus, till lately Professor of Logic at St Mary's 
Hall, Stonyhurst, Blackburn, Lancashire; now at St Beuno's College, St 
Asaph, North Wales; son of the late Rev. Francis I fay ward Joyce, M.A., 
Christ Church, Oxford, and Vicar of Harrow-on-the-Hili, Middlesex. (1893) 

Joyce, Sydney, M.A., Christ Church, Oxford. 

t Judge, James Robert, barrister. (1845) 

Jung man, Miss, the artist, of London. 

Justice, John Russell, (1842-1903), of Stapleton, near Bristol ; for 
several years he laboured among the Catholic Poor of the East end of 
London ; son of Commander F. W. Justice of the Royal Navy. (1803) 



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K 

KARSLAKE, Rev. Charles J., a Priest of the Society of Jesus at Our 
Lady of the Assumption, Rhyll, North Wales ; son of the late Henry 
Karslake, solicitor, of Queen Square, Bloomsbury; brother of Sir John 
Burgess Karslake, (1821-1881), Q.C., P.O., on two occasions Attorney? 
General during Lord Beaconsfield's administrations. (1862) 

t Karslake, Rev. Henry J., a secular Priest at Dartmouth, Devonshire 
formerly Religious Inspector of Schools in the Archdiocese of Westminster 
son ot the late Henry Karslake, solicitor, of Bloomsbury, London, W.C. ' 

Kavanagh, Mrs C. A., of Craigie House, co. Carlo w, Ireland. 

Keating, Rev. John Lloyd, M.A, King's College, Windsor, Nova 
)tia ; rector of Maperton, Wmcanton, Somersetshire. (1904) 

f p**! 1 ?- 6 ^ Baroness Annie, daughter of the late Right Hon. 
Ricard Keatmge, P.O., Irish Judge of Probate. 

Keble, Lewis Henry, solicitor. 

Keith, Captain Blake, late of the 39th Regiment. 

Kekewich, Miss Anna Maude, daughter of the late Samuel Trehawke 

Kekewich (successively M.P. for Exeter and South Devon), of Peamore 

)evon, by Louisa, daughter of Lewis William Buck M.P. for North 

n< (1905) 

Kelke, Rev. William Hastings, M.A, Brasenose College, Oxford ; 

curate of Bedford Leigh, Lancashire; now a barrister; author of An 

and Cascs '> son - in - law of 






Fanny, daughter of Benjamin Baker, of co. Carlow 

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- J?^ V Vr Re S<nald Bristowe, (1862-1908), M.A., Magdalen 
JJJE t*n%r an , A ?S lican clergyman ; a generous benefactor to tho 
Oratory of The Sacred Heart, Shanklin, Isle of Wight. 

t Kenmare, The Countess of, second wife of the third Earl of 
Kenmare ; daughter of the Right Hon. Sir Robert John Horton Wilmot 
r.c., thud haionet, at one time (Governor of Ceylon. (1852) 



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Ken mare, The Countess of, Gertrude Harriet Thynne, wife of the 
fourth Earl of Kenmare ; daughter of the Rev. Lord Charles Thynne, 
M.A., Oxon, Canon of Canterbury, and son of the second Marquess of 
Bath. (1853) 

Kenmare, The Countess of, Hon. Elizabeth Baring, wife of the 
fifth Earl of Kenmare ; daughter of the first Lord Revelstoke; grand- 
daughter of the second Earl Grey. (1902) 

Kennard, The Right Rev. Monsignor Charles Henry, of 

Harrow School; M.A., University College, Oxford ; curate of Newland, 
Malvera. A Priest and Canon, till recently in charge of The Holy Name, 
Cannington, Bridgewater, Somersetshire ; now chaplain to the Catholic 
Undergraduates of Oxford ; son of John Peirse Kennard, of Hordle 
Cliff, Lymington, Hampshire; youngest brother of Coleridge John Kennard, 
J.P., D.L., late M.P. for Salisbury, on whom a Baronetcy was about to be 
conferred, but having died before the patent was gazetted, the dignity 
passed to his grandson. (1868) 

Kenny, Courtney Birmingham, (1799-1863), B.A., Trinity College, 
Dublin ; landed proprietor in co. Mayo, Ireland. (1857) 

Kent, Mrs Ann, the novelist, eldest daughter of Murdo Young, author 
and playwright, of Ross, N.B. ; wife of Charles Kent, journalist, at one 
time editor of the Weekly Register-, grandson of Captain William Kent, 
R.N., discoverer of Kent's Islands; mother of Miss Marianne Kent, the 
novelist, and of the Rev. William Henry Kent, a Priest, (Oblate of St 
Charles), at St Mary's, Westmoreland Road, Bayswater, London, W.; 
author, an expert in Biblical and Talmudic studies, Oriental Languages, 
etc.; and of Edward Kent, the musical composer and song- writer. (1851) 

t Kent, Lieutenant William, of the Royal Navy ; son of Captain 
William Kent, (1751-1812), R.N., first Government Surveyor of the Coast 
of Australia and discoverer of Kent Islands ; father-in-law of the preceding. 

Kenworthy-Browne, William, M.A., LL.D., Exeter College, Oxford ; 
Chamberlain to Pope Pius X ; now resident in Florence. (1882) 

Kenyon, John George, of Harrow School, M.A., S.C.L., Christ Church, 
Oxford ; Knight of St Gregory the Great ; Private Chamberlain to Popes 
Leo XIII and Pius X ; formerly a Papal Zouave ; J.P. for Norfolk ; built the 
Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour at Gillingham ; only son of the 
Hon. Edward Kenyon, of Maesfen, Cheshire ; grandson of the second Baron 
Kenyon, and of Lord George Beresford, G.C.H. ; son-in-law of the late 
Lord Henry Francis Kerr, son of the sixth Marquess of Lothian. (1870) 

Keon, Mrs, (1816-1901), daughter of Major Hawkes, of Leamington ; wife 
of the Hon. Miles Gerald Keon, (1825-1875), the novelist and Colonial 
Secretary at Bermuda. (1864) 

Kerby, Miss Louisa, daughter of the Recorder of Mayfield. 

Kernahan, Mrs Jeanie Gwynne Coulson, the novelist ; daughter 
of S. G. Gwynne ; grandniece of the Rev. John Kicking, the last minister 
sent out by the Rev. John Wesley, (1703-1791), M.A., Oxon, the envangelist 
and leader of Methodism ; widow of Professor G. T. Bettany, M.A., B.Sc. ; 
wife of Coulson Kernahan, the author and lecturer, son of Dr James 
Kernahan, the Scientist, Biblical Scholar and Commentator. (1898) 



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Kerr, Miss Agnes, a nun at the Convent of the Sacred Heart, Dundrum, 
co. Dublin, Ireland. (1880) 

Kerr, Lady Amabel, (1846-1906), Lady Amabel Cowper, daughter of 
the sixth Earl Cowper, and co-heiress to the Barony of Butler ; wife of 
Admiral of the Fleet Lord Walter Talbot Kerr, G.C.B., son of the seventh 
Marquess of Lothian; authoress ; mother of the Rev. Ralph Francis Kerr, 
B.A., Christ Church, Oxford, a Priest of the Brompton Oratory, London, 
S.W. ; of Lieutenant Andrew William Kerr, R.N. ; of Miss Catherine 
Cecil Kerr, a nun ; and of Lieutenant John David Kerr, of the 5th Battalion 
Sherwood Foresters, was Gold Staff Officer at [the Coronation of King 
Edward VII. ; foundress of the Church and Presbytery of Our Lady 
of Good Counsel at Eastwood, Nottinghamshire, and the Church of Our 
Lady of Mercy at Melbourne, Derbyshire. (1872) 

Kerr, Lady Cecil E., (1835-1866), a religious of the Sacred Heart; elder 
daughter of the seventh Marquess of Lothian. (1852) 

Kerr, Rev. Lord Henry Francis Charles, (1800-1882), of Eton 
College; M.A., St John's College, Cambridge; rector of Dittisham, Devon- 
shire; J.P. for Devon; son of the sixth Marquess of Lothian, K.T., Lord- 
Lieutenant of Midlothian and co. Roxburgh. (1852) 

Kerr, Rev. Henry Schomberg, (1838-1895), of Winchester College; 
Commander in the Royal Navy. A Priest of the Society of Jesus, and 
Army Chaplain at Cyprus, then Superior-General of the Zambesi Mission; 
son of the Rev. Lord Henry Francis Charles Kerr, (1800-1882), M.A., 
Cantab; grandson of the sixth Marquess of Lothian, K.T. (1855) 

Kerr, Lady Louisa Dorothea, (1811-1884), wife of the Rev. Lord 
Henry Francis Charles Kerr, (1800-1882), M.A., Cantab; daughter of 
General the Hon. Sir Alexander Hope, (1769-1837), G.C.B., Governor of 
the Royal College, Sandhurst, and of Chelsea Hospital, M.P. for Dumfries 
and Linlithgowshire; granddaughter of the second Earl of Hopetoun; sister 
of James Robert Hope Scott, (1812-1873), M.A., Oxon; mother of Major 
Francis Earnest Kerr, (1840-1884), of the Rifle Brigade, son-in-law of 
Robert Monteith, J.P. of Carstairs, N.B.; and of the Rev. Mother Henrietta 
Mary Emma Kerr, (1842-1884), religious and Superioress of the Sacred 
Heart Convent, Roehampton, S.W.; grandmother of Captain Henry 
Francis Hobart Kerr, late of the Cameronians. (1852) 

Kerr, Miss Rachel, a nun at the Convent of the Sacred Heart 
Dundrum, co. Dublin, Ireland. (1880) 

Kerr, Major-Gen era I Lord Ralph Drury, of Trinity College, 
Glenalmond; C.B.; Colonel of the 10th Hussars; served in the Afghan 
War, (1878-9), in command of his regiment; was for five years in command 
at the Curragh ; third son of the serenth Marquess of Lothian- son-in-law 
of the fourteenth Duke of Norfolk; heir-presumptive of the tenth Marquess 
of Lothian. (1853) 



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Kerr, Admiral of the Fleet Lord Walter Talbot, G.C.B., served 
in the Baltic during the Crimean War; during the Indian Mutiny he took 
part in the Relief of Lucknow; late Commander of the Channel Squadron, 
and First Sea Lord of the Admiralty; Grand Cross of Charles III of Spain, 
has the Royal Humane Society's silver medal for saving life; was an A.l).( \ 
to Her Majesty the late Queen Victoria; chairman of the Royal United 
Service Institution; President of the Nottingham Diocesan Schools 
Association, and a member of the Catholic Education Council; fourth 
son of the seventh Marquess of Lothian; son-in-law of the sixth Earl 
Cowper. (1854) 

Kerr, Rev. William Hobart, formerly of the Madras Civil Service; 
a Priest of the Society of Jesus at Wimbledon, London, S.W., of which 
mission he was for many years in charge; son of the Rev. Henry Francis 
Charles Kerr, (1800-1882), M.A., Cantab; grandson of the sixth Marquess 
of Lothian, K.T. (1852) 

Kerrick, Thomas, of Harlestone House, Norfolk. 
Kerrick, Mrs, wife of Thomas Kerrick. 

Kershaw, The Right Rev. John, (1816-1890), a Unitarian of Liver- 
pool. A Priest, Monsignor, Rural Dean and Canon at All Saints', Barton- 
on-Irwell, Lancashire. (1838) 

Kiernan, Francis, surgeon. 

Kilmaine, The Lady, (1816-1888), Mary Law, second wife of the third 
Baron Kilmaine ; daughter of the Hon. Charles Ewan Law, (1792-1850), 
Q.C., Recorder of London, M.P. for Cambridge University, second son of 
the first Baron Ellenborough. (1875) 

King, Edwin, B.A., Christ Church, Oxford. (1894) 

t King, Mrs Elizabeth Augustine, wife of Dr Richard King, (1811- 
1876), the artic traveller and ethnologist, assistant-surgeon to the Resolute 
to find Sir John Franklin, originated the Ethnological Society. 

King, Miss Elizabeth, authoress and editor of The Angelus Magazine; 
daughter of Richard King, of the Ordinance Department. 

King, Mrs Hamilton, the poet and authoress ; daughter of Admiral 
AVilliam Alexander Baillie-Hamilton, R.N., and of Lady Harriet Baillie- 
Hamilton, sister of the first Duke of Abercorn ; wife of Henry Samuel 
King, the publisher, of Manor House, Chigwell, Essex. (1890) 

King, Rev. Henry Ernest, a Priest of the Order of Charity till 
lately at St Peter's, Cardiff, Glamorganshire, Wales, now at St Ethel- 
dreda, Ely Place, Hoi born, London, E.C. 

King, Miss Isabella Lichfield, a Sister of Mercy. 

t King, Mrs John, sister of the Rev. Owen C. H. King, a Priest. (1886) 

King, Miss Martha, daughter of Richard King, of the Ordnance 
Department. 



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King, Rev. Owen C. H., of King's College, London; curate of Llanfi- 
hangel, Llantarnan, Newport, Monmouthshire. A Priest. (1885) 

t King, Thomas, M.A., Fellow of Clare College, Cambridge; Chief 
Inspector of Schools, C.B. (1883) 

t King, Rev. Thomas Alfred, M.A., Exeter College, Oxford; an 
Anglican clergyman, then a solicitor. (1844) 

King, William Francis H., curator of the Catholic Biblical Museum, 
Chelsea, London, S. W.; relative of the late Right Rev. Dr King, Lord Bishop 
of Lincoln. (1890) 

Kingdon, Rev. George Renorden, (1821-1893), of St Paul's School, 
London ; scholar, M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge. A Priest of the 
Society of Jesus at Beaumont College, Old Windsor; author of several 
school text books, etc. (1847) 

t King-Salter, Captain Edward Philip. 

Kingsford, Mrs Anna, (1846-1888), doctor of medicine and religious 
writer; wife of the Rev. Algernon Godfrey Kingsford, M.A., vicar of 
Atcham, Shropshire. (1870) 

Kin loch, Miss M. G. J., of Kinloch; daughter of the late Sir John 
Kinloch, of Kinloch, Baronet; author of Scottish Ecclesiastical History, 
St Catherine of Siena, etc. 

Kirk, Rev. Francis Johnston, B.A., Trinity College, Dublin; curate 
of Gorey, co. Wexford, Ireland. A Priest, (Oblate of St Charles) at St 
Mary of the Angels, Westmoreland Road, Bayswater, London, AV. ; 
author. (1854) 

Kirk, Joseph Robinson, (1830-1894), B.A., Trinity College, Dublin ; 
brother of the Rev. Francis Johnston Kirk, B.A. (1850) 

t Kirke, Rev. Osmund, a Priest of the Canons Regular of the Lateran. 

t Kirwan, John Forbes Stratford, B.A., Trinity College, Dublin; 
J.P. of Moyne, co. Gal way ; High Sheriff of co. Longford ; nephew of 
the seventh Viscount Netterville; father of Miss Flora Kirwan, the 
philantrophist. (1852) 

Kirwan, Lady Victoria, (1837-1888), Lady Victoria Rawdon-Hastings; 
wife of the late John Forbes Stratford Kirwan, J.P. ; third daughter of 
the second Marquess of Hastings, by Barbara, Baroness Grey de Ruthyn ; 
goddaughter of the Duchess of Kent, mother of Queen Victoria. (1874) 

Kitchener, Harold, M.A., Oxon ; for five years assistant-master at 
Bishop Stortford Grammar School, Essex ; now Headmaster of St Mary's 
College, Castries, St Lucia, B.W.I. (1904) 

Kitson, Samuel James, (1842-1906), a well-known English Sculptor, 
formerly of Leeds, then resident in the United States. (1880) 



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Kitson, Miss, sister of Samuel James Kitson, (1842-1906), the sculptor. 

(1906) 
Knapp, Rev. Albert, a Dominican Friar. 

Knight, Rev. Alfred C., a Priest of the Order of Charity at St Mary 
Magdalen's, Bexhill-on-Sea, Sussex. 

Knight, Rev. William, of Chardstock College ; formerly lieutenant in 
the 2nd West India Regiment ; a Benedictine Monk (Dom Osmund), some 
time Sub-Prior of Downside Abbey, Bath, then Chaplain at Stanbrook 
Abbey, Worcester, till recently in charge of St Benet's Minster, Beccles,, 
Suffolk, now at St John's Priory, Bath, Somersetshire; son of W. F. 
Knight, of the P.W.D., India. (1879) 

t Knill, John, of Elliott Lodge, Blackheath, London, S.E. 

Knill, Sir Stuart, (1824-1898), first Baronet ; Hon. LL.D., of Edinburgh ; 
Knight of St Gregory the Great ; Officer of the Order of Leopold of 
Belgium ; was Sheriff of London, 1889-90, and Lord Mayor of London, 
1892-93 ; a member of the Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and 
Ireland, and of Goldsmiths' (Jo., Master and Past-Master of the Plumbers' 
Co., a Commissioner of the Patriotic Fund ; J.P. for London and Kent, 
and one of H.M's Lieutenants for City of London ; father of Sir John 
Knill, 2nd Bart., Lord Mayor of London, 1909-10, and President of the 
Superior Council of the Society of St Vincent do Paul in succession to the 
late Marquis of Ripon. (1844) 

Knott, George R., member of Council of the Guild of All Souls, and 
churchwarden of St Columba's, Haggerston, London, N. (1891) 

Knowles, Richard Brinsley, (1820-1882), barrister, dramatic author 
and journalist; editor of The Weekly Register, The Illustrated LOIK/OH 
Magazine; on the staff of The Standard; was engaged, in 1871 on the 
Royal commission on historical manuscripts ; son of James Sheridan 
Knowles, (1784-1862), the dramatist; father of Richard Brinsley Sheridan 
Knowles, of the Civil Service, author. (1849) 

Knox, Mrs Anna S., nee Longridge ; wife of Dr Charles F. Knox, of 
Trinidad ; sister-in-law of the Hon. Charles Leotaud, for many years 
member of the Legislative Council of Trinidad, B.W.I. (1875) 

Knox, Lady Louisa, (1825-1904), Lady Louisa Georgiana Dawson- 
Damer ; daughter of Captain the Hon. Henry Dawson-Darner, brother of 
the second Earl of Portarlington ; wife of Captain John Chichester Knox ; 
of the Earl of Ranfurly's family. (1866) 

Knox, Rev. Thomas Francis, (1823-1882), scholar, B.A., Trinity 
College, Cambridge, First Class Classical Tripos and Chancellor's Medalist 
A Priest, and for some time Superior, of the Brompton Oratory, London, 
S.W. ; D'.D., of Rome ; author ; son of the Hon. John Henry Knox, (1788- 
1872), M.P., third son of the first Earl of Ranfurly, by Lady Mabella 
Josephine Needham, daughter of the first Earl of Kilmorey. (1845) 

Koch, Rev. Ignatius, a Priest of the Society of Jesus in India ; formerly 
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Kolbe, Rev. Frederick C., of Blackheath Missionary College ; South 
African College ; B.A., London University, First Class Honours in 
Mathematics, Jurisprudence and Roman Law. A Priest, author and 
editor of The Catholic South African Magazine; a well-known botanist 
and geologist; member of Council of the University of Cape Town; D.D. 
of Rome ; son of the Rev. F. W. Kolbe, a well-known Congregationalist 
Missionary in South Africa. (1877) 

t Kuttner, Rev. Samuel William, chaplain to the Protestant Bishop 
of Jerusalem. (1856) 

Kyle, Henry Greville, B.A., Merton College, Oxford. (1890) 

Kynaston, Rev. John, (1825-1899), M.A., Trinity Hall, Cambridge; 
vicar of St Briavel's, near Coleford, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire ; then 
a solicitor ; father of the Rev. Anthony Kynaston, a Benedictine Monk 
(Dom Lawrence) at Downside Abbey, near Bath. (1855) 

Kynaston, Mrs Mary, wife of Rev. John Kynaston, (1825-1899), M.A., 
Cantab. ; daughter of the late John Peel, of Middleton Hall, and M.P. for 
Tamworth ; niece of the famous statesman, the Right Hon. Sir Robert 
Peel, (1788-1850) M.P., second Baronet of Drayton Manor, Tamworth, 
Staffordshire. (1855) 



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LABOUCHERE-SPARLING, Rev. Albert Sidney, (1838-1906), of St 
Aldan's College, Birkenhead ; for several years an officer in the Italian 
Army from which he retired with the rank of Major ; curate in Manchester 
and then rector of Trevalga, Cornwall. (lS9r>) 

Labouchere-S parting, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Albert Sidney 
Labouchere-Sparling, (1838-1906); daughter of Admiral Glasse, C.B.; and 
family. (1895) 

Lai rig, Rev. Francis Henry, (1816-1889), M.A., Queens' College, 
Cambridge ; curate of Eglingham, Northumberland. A Priest ; D.D. of 
Rome ; in charge of Our Lady and St Joseph, Han well, Middlesex ; author. 

(1846) 

La ing, Mrs Jan ie, wife of Frederick Robert Ninian Laing, K.C. ; daughter 
of Admiral Sir William N. Hewitt, V.C. (1897) 

Laing, Mrs Mary Catherine, daughter of John Vesey, Judge in the 
Bengal Civil Service ; wife of Warrington Laing. (1904) 

t Laing, Robert, formerly Town Clerk of Jedburgh ; father of the Rev. 
Robert Charles Laing, (1858-1897), B.A. Lond. , a Priest at St Herbert's, 
Croxdale, Durham, and of Frederick Robert Xinian Laing, K.C. (1845) 

Laing, Thomas Ward, (1841-1894), solicitor of the High Court of Madras. 

Laing, Rev. William, (1810-1889), M.A., Peterhouse, Cambridge ; an 
Anglican clergyman ; elder brother of the Rev. Dr Francis Henry Laing, 
M.A., of Han well, Middlesex. (1888) 

t Laing-Meason, Rev. Alfred, M.A., Oxon ; an Anglican clergyman. 

(1839) 

t Laing-Meason, Major, of the 8th Hussars. (1839) 

t Laing-Meason, Lieutenant Malcom, of the 10th Hussars; then 
a journalist. (1839) 

Lamb, Mrs, wife of Francis Lamb, barrister. 
Lamb, Miss, daughter of Francis Lamb. 

Lamb, Charles Emilius, son of the Rev. Henry William Lamb, M.A. ; 
rector of Marston-on-Dove, Derbyshire. (1899) 

Lamb, Frank, B.A., Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. 



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Lamb, Francis, solicitor, of London. (1864) 

t Lamb, Mrs, wife of Francis Lamb ; mother of the Rev. Laurence Lamb, 
a Carmelite Monk at Our Lady of Mount Carmel and St Simon Stock, 
Church Street, Kensington, W. 

Lamb art, Alfred, grandson of the ninth Earl of Cavan, K.P. 

Lambari, Lady Ellen Olive, eldest daughter of the ninth Earl of 
Cavan, K.P., P.C., who served as a Naval Officer in the Crimean War ; 
granddaughter of the Rev. John Olive, M.A. ; sister of Lady Maud Edith 
Gundreda Barrett, late of Swakeleys, Uxbridge, Middlesex. ' (1908) 

t Lam be, Rev. David, a Priest. 

Lambert, George, formerly an Irvingite ; the artist and illustrator of 
The Poor Sisters of Namreth, etc. 

t Lambert, Lady Katherine Mary, daughter of Frederick Webb ; 
wife of Admiral Sir George Lambert, K.C.B. (1870) 

Lambert, Miss, daughter of Admiral Sir George Lambert, K.C.B. (1870) 

Lambert, Mrs Thomasine Caroline, youngest daughter of Major- 
General George Shaw, (1822-1892), C.B., son of the third Baronet, of 
Bushy Park, co. Dublin ; widow of Major Charles Aloysius Ryan, R.A., 
son of the late George Ryan, J.P. and D.L. of Inch, co. Tipperary ; wife of 
Major Lambert, R.A. ; mother of Lieutenant Denis George Jocelyn Ryan, 
of the 6th Gurkha Rifles. (1882) 

Lamont, Miss, daughter of Major Lament ; niece of the Baroness Keith 
and Nairne. (1861) 

Lamotte, Digby H. R. N., M.A., Trinity College, Oxford. (1896) 

Lamprell, The Misses, daughters of Captain Thomas George 
Lamprell. 

Lander, William Walter, the banker. 

Lane, Henry Murray, of the College of Arms and Trinity College, 
Glenalmond, N.B. ; Premier Herald of England, Bluemantle Pursuivant, 
then Chester Herald ; sixth son of the Rev. Charles Lane, M.A., rector of 
Wortham, Kent, aud Hon. Canon of Canterbury ; author. (1864) 

Lane, Mrs Mary Isabella, (1836-1881), first wife of Henry Murray 
Lane ; eldest daughter of Richard Fiennes Wykeham Martin, of Leeds 
Castle, Kent. (1867) 

Lane, Mrs, wife of Major Lane, of Uske. (1882) 

t Lane-Fox, Mrs Fanny Maule, daughter of General Sir Marcus 
John Slade, by Charlotte, daughter of the Hon. Andrew Ramsay, son of 
the eighth Earl of Dalhousie ; first wife of George Sackville Frederick 
Lane-Fox, of Brainhill Park, Yorkshire. (1867) 



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Lane-Fox, George Sackville Frederick, of Eton College; M.A., 
Christ Church, Oxford ; J.P. for the West Riding of Yorkshire; formerly 
officer of the Yorkshire Hussars; Vice-Chancellor of the Primrose League ; 
eldest son of George Lane-Fox, of Bramham, by Katharine, daughter of 
John Stein, M.P. ; father of Captain Francis E. Lane-Fox, (1872-1908); 
of Dom Hildebrand Lane-Fox, and of Dom John Lane-Fox, Benedictine 
Monks at The Abbey, Fort Augustus, N.B. (1867) 

Lane-Fox, The Hon. Lora Mary, (1832-1908), daughter of Sackvillo 
W alter Lane-Fox, M.P. ; sister of the twelfth Baron Fauconberg and Conyers. 

Lane-Fox, Miss Louisa, daughter of George Lane-Fox, of Bramham, 
by Katherine, daughter of Jplm Stein, M.P. (1893) 

Lang, Rev. Algernon Herrmann, of Merchant Taylors' School; M.A., 
Hebrew Medalist, St John's College, Oxford ; successively curate at 
Thatcham, Berks ; Swanmore, Ryde ; seven years curate at St Paul's, 
Brighton ; for nearly twenty years connected with the Archbishop of 
Canterbury's Assyrian Mission, both in Persia and as Organising Secretary 
in England, under three Archbishops ; til] lately one of the Six Preachers 
in Canterbury Cathedral. A Priest at St Joseph's, Brighton, Sussex ; 
descendant of the Rev. Isaac Watts, (1674-1748), the Noncomformist 
Minister and hymn writer. (1906) 

Langdon, Very Rev. Canon Charles Baskerville, M.A., 
University College, Oxford ; curate of Plympton St Mary's, Plymouth, 
Devonshire. A Priest and founder of the Catholic Mission at Launceston, 
Cornwall ; author ; son of William Gregory Langdon, of Glasgow, N.B. 

(1883) 

t Langdon, Henry Dominic, author of UAvenir, The Rivers of 
Damascus and the Jordan. (1847) 

Langrishe, Mrs Helen Amelrosa, of Knocktoper Abbey, co. 
Kilkenny, Ireland ; daughter of the late Right Hon. Fitzwilliam Hume- 
Dick, of Humewood, co. Wicklow ; wife of Hercules Robert Langrishe, 
J.P., only son of Sir James Langrishe, fourth Baronet. (1894) 

Langston, Miss, foundress of an Anglican Sisterhood. 

La Primaudaye, Mrs Anne Francesca, (1812-1854), wife of the 
Rev. Charles James La Primaudaye, (1807-1859), M.A., Oxon ; daughter 
of the late John Hubbard, of Stratford drove, Essex; sister of John 
Gellibrand Hubbard, (1805-1889), P.C., first Baron Addington. (1851) 

La Primaudaye, Mrs Blanche, wife of Captain Charles Henry La 
Primaudaye, eldest son of the Rev. Charles James La Primaudaye, (1807- 
1859), M.A., Oxon; daughter of Sir Gaspard Le Marchant, K.C.I'., 
K.C.M.G. (1868) 

La Primaudaye, Captain Charles Henry, eldest son of the Eev. 

( Jiarles James La Primaudaye, (1 807-1 S 59), M.A., Oxon; father of 
Commander Clement La Primaudaye, R.N., C.V.O., Superintendent of 
Police, Member of the Executive Council and Collector of Customs at 
.v I .-ilta, son-in-law of Sir Henry Paston-Bodingfeld, seventh Baronet. 



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La Primaudaye, Rev. Charles James, (1807-1859), M.A., St John's 
College, Oxford ; rector of Lavington-cum-Graffham, Sussex. After his 
wife's death he became a Priest, (Oblate of St Charles) at St Mary of the 
Angels, Bays water, London, W. (1849) 

f Lacelles, Rev. Francis, M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge; curate 
of Merevale, Warwickshire ; then a barrister. (1855) 

Lascelles, Miss M. A., daughter of Rowley Lascolles, J.P., of Pencraig, 
Boneath, Cardiganshire, Wales. 

Lassetter, Rev. Leslie B,, (1865-1906), B.A., Magdalen College, 
Oxford ; curate of St German's, Roath, Cardiff, South Wales. A 
Redemptorist Priest at St Mary's, Kinnoull, Perthshire, >T.B. (1889) 

t Latham, Mrs, wife of the Hon. Justice Latham, of Bombay ; daughter 
of the Rev. George E. Hutchinson, M.A., Canon of Chichester ; niece of 
the Right Rev. Dr George Moberly, (1803-1885), Lord Bishop of Salisbury. 

Latham, Frank, of Cival Lodge, East Sheen, Surrey. 
Latham, Mrs, wife of Frank Latham, of Cival Lodge, East Sheen. 

Latouche, Miss Elizabeth Louisa, of Bellevue, Delgany, co. Wicklow, 
Ireland. (1891) 

Latouche, Miss Fan ny f sister of Miss Elizabeth Louisa Latouche. (1860) 

Laughlin, Thomas R. N., proprietor and editor of The Port of Spain 
Ga;.Me, Trinidad, B.W.I. 

Laughton, Rev. Herbert Richard, a Priest- in- charge of St James', St 
Andrews, Fife-shire, X.B. ; son of Dr Laughton, of Ilerne Bay, Kent. (1885) 

Law, Rev. Augustus Henry, (1833-1880), formerly a midshipman in 
the Royal Navy ; a Priest of the Society of Jesus and Missionary in the 
Zambesi ; son of the Rev. and Hon. \Villiam Towry Law, (1809-1886), and 
of the Hon. Mrs Augusta Champagoe Law, daughter of the second Baron 
Graves, and granddaughter of the first Earl of Ux bridge ; grandson of the 
first Baron Ellenborough. (1852) 

Law, Benjamin Augustin, (1814-1859), Clerk to the Boards of 
Guardians of Hinckley, Leicestershire. (1838) 

Law, Captain Cecil Arbuthnott, of Winchester College, and Oriel 
College, Oxford ; Duke of Edinburgh's Wiltshire Regiment; son-in-law of 
A. G. Forestier- Walker, of the Bengal Civil Service. (1898) 

Law, The Hon. Mrs Elizabeth, (1792-1864), daughter of Sir Edward 
Nightingale, sixth Baronet ; wife of the Hon. Charles Ewan Law, (1792- 
1850), M.P., for Cambridge University, and Recorder of London, son of the 
first Baron Ellenborough, and brother of the first Earl of Ellenborough. 

(1851) 



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Law, Miss Elizabeth Sophia, a mm, (1817-1888), (Sister Elizabeth of 
St Clare), at Drumshanbo Convent, co. Lei trim, Ireland ; eldest daughter of 
the Hon. Charles Ewan Law, (1792-1850), M.P. for Cambridge University, 
and Recorder of London. (1851) 

Law, Mrs Frederica, (1826-1871), wife of Edmund Law; daughter of 
the Hon. Charles Ewan Law, (1792-1850), M.P. for Cambridge University, 
and Recorder of London. (1861) 

Law, Commander Frederick Charles, of the Royal Navy, served 
in the Baltic and Crimean during the Russian War ; son of the Hon. 
William Towry Law, ( I8O9- |;-S(5), by his first wife, the Hon. Mrs Augusta 
( 'hampagne Law, daughter qf. the second Baron Graves ; grandson of the 
first Baron Ellenborough. (1851) 

Law, Miss Helen Ann, (1832-1890), a Sister of Mercy ; daughter of the 
Hon. William Towry Law, (1809-1886), by his first wife, the Hon. Mrs 
Augusta Champagne Law, daughter of the second Baron Graves ; grand- 
daughter of the first Baron Ellenborough. (1851) 

Law, The Hon. Mrs Matilda, (1812-1894), second daughter of Sir 
Henry Conyngham Montgomery, first Baronet, who greatly distinguished 
himself in the war with Tippoo Sultan, and was subsequently M.P. for St 
Michael's, Yarmouth, and for co. Donegal, and was descended from the 
first Earl of Eglington ; second wife of the Hon. William Towry Law, 
(1809-1886), son of the first Baron Ellenborough. (1852) 

Law, Miss Matilda Isabella, a nun of the Visitation Order, (Sister 
Jane Margaret May), at Harrow-on- the- II ill, Middlesex ; daughter of the 
Hon. William Towry Law, (1809-188(5), by his first wife, the Hon. Mrs 
Augusta Champagne Law, daughter of the second Baron Graves. (1851) 

Law, Major-General Victor Edward, (1842 1910), served, with 
Madras Cavalry '1859-72, and in Indian Political Department, 1872-97; 
Knight of St Gregory the Great: son of the Hon. William Towry Law, 
(1809-1880), M.A., Cantab; son-in-law of Captain Henry Bowden, (1804- 
1869), then of the late Hon. John Willoughby Crawford, Lieutenant- 
Go vernor of Ontario. (1 85 1) 

Law, The Hon. and Rev. William Towry, (1809-1886), of Eton 
College; M. A., Peterhouse, Cambridge; at one time officer of the 51st Regiment 
and of the Grenadier Guards ; successively vicar of East Brent, Somerset- 
shire, and of Har borne, near Birmingham, Warwickshire ; Chancellor of 
the Diocese of Bath and Wells ; fifth son of Edward Law, (1750-1818), first 
Baron Ellenborough and Lord Chief Justice of England. (1851) 

t Lawfield, Miss* who nursed the wounded during the Crimean War. 

(1856) 

Lawless, Rev. Edward, a Priest of the Society of Jesus, till lately at 
Corpus Cliristi, Christehurch Road, Boscom.be, Bournemouth, Hampshire. 

Lawlor-Huddleston, Mrs Alexandrina, wife of Denys Alexander 
Lawlor-Huddleston, J.P. for Cambridgeshire, elder son of Denys Shyne- 
Lawlor, of Castle Lough ; daughter of the Hon. Alexander Keith, of Halifax, 
Nova Scotia. (1888) 



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Lawrence, Hugh Mulleneux, of Thorparch Grange School, Tadcaster ; 
successively assistant organist at Leeds Parish Church, (1884-88), Organist 
to the Ron. Mrs Meynell Ingram at Templenewsam. near Leeds, (1884-87); 
at St Margaret's, Horsforth, near Leeds, 1887 ; All Souls (Hook Memorial) 
Church, Leeds, (1887-05) : Ilessle Parish Church, (Hull), 1896 ; Organist to 
the Leeds Philharmonic Society, (1888-90), and accompanist to the Leeds 
Festival Choruses of 1889-92-95 ; Professor of Music and Organist at Mount 
St Mary's College, Chesterfield, (1897-1900) ; Organist at St Marie's, 
Sheffield, (1900-04) ; St Joseph and St Francis Xavier, Richmond, York- 
shire, (1905-07) ; till lately Professor of Music at Stonyhurst College, 
Blackburn; now Organist and Choirmaster to St Peter's Mission, Stonyhurst. 

(1896) 

Lawrence, Peter, of Lisreaghan, Lawrencetown, co. Galway, Ireland. 

(1865) 

t Lawrie, Richard, Revising Barrister for Northumberland. (1889) 

t Lawson, Henry Graham, M.A., Wadham College, Oxford. 
Lawton, Joseph, editor of a newspaper at Wellington, Shropshire. 

t Layard, Rev. Alphonsus, a Priest of the Canons Regular of the 
Lateran. 

Layton, Mrs Bertha, of Brampton Grange, Huntingdon; daughter of 
the Rev. George Phipps, of Bosworth ; and three children, among whom 
was Lieutenant George Vivian Temple Layton, (1880-1902), of the Royal 
Horse Artillery. (1882) 

Layton, Charles Temple, husband of Mrs Bertha Layton ; J.P., and 
County Councillor for Huntingdonshire ; formerly of The Croft, Mitcham, 
Surrey ; founder of St Hubert's, Huntingdon; second son of James Temple 
Layton, J.P., of Baldock, Hertfordshire. (1882) 

t Lead bitter, Mrs Fanny, daughter of Colonel Francis Skelly Tidy, 
C.B. ; wife of Nicholas Lead bitter, of Low Warden, Northumberland ; 
granddaughter of the Rev. Thomas Holmes Tidy, M.A., of Redmarshell, 
co. Durham. 

Leader, Major, war correspondent for the Daily Tclcyraph; son of Henry 
Leader, of Clonmoyle, Ireland. 

Leader, John Temple, (1810-1903), M.P, for Bridgwater and West- 
minster. (1903) 

Lean, Arthur Stuckey, M.A., Trinity College, Oxford. 

Lean, Mrs Florence, (1838-1899), the novelist ; daughter of Captain 
Frederick Marry at, (1792-1848), R.N., C.B., F.R.S., member of the 
Legion of Honour, the novelist ; successively wife of Colonel T. Ross 
Church, of the Madras Staff Corps, and of Colonel Francis Lean, of the 
Royal Marine Light Infantry ; granddaughter of Dr Thomas Marryat, 
(1730-1792), the Physican and Wit. 

Lean, Rev. Hugh Vincent, M.A., New College, Oxford; formerly a 
curate of the Church of England ; a Priest, since 1900 Chaplain to the 
nuns of La Retraite, Burnhain, Somersetshire ; son of the Hon. James 
Lean, Judge of the High Court of Justice, Agra, India. (1885) 



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Leathley, Mrs Mary Elizabeth Southwell, (1818 1899), authoress ; 
daughter of George Dudley, of Clonmell, co. Tipper ary, Ireland ; wife of 
William Henry Leathley, barrister, and nephew of Sir William Maule, 
(1788-1858), Judge of the Common Pleas Division ; mother of the late 
Dudley William Beresford Leathley, solicitor, of London. (1847) 



Lechini, Mrs Anna Grace, daughter of Harvey James Sperling, of 
Lattenbury ; niece of the Rev. John Hanson Sperling, M.A., (1825-1894), 
formerly rector of Westbourne, Sussex. 

Lech mere, Joscelyne Alban, son of Sir Edmund Anthony Harley 
Lechmere, M.P., third Baronet, of the Rhydd, Worcestershire. (1891) 

t Le Courtcur, Colonel, o^ Jersey, Channel Isles. (1848) 

t Lees, Mrs Caroline, daughter of Sir John Henry Cotterell, second 
Baronet, of Garnons, Herefordshire. 

Lee, Rev. Edgar, of King's College, London ; vicar of Christ Church, 
Doncaster, Yorkshire, (1903) 

t Lee, E. W. B., banker, of Leamington, Warwickshire ; proprietor and 
editor of The Mediator. 

Lee, Mrs Elvira Louisa Mary, (1838-1890), hymnologist and authoress ; 
daughter of the Lvov. Joseph Duncan Ostrehan, !>.A., vicar of Creech St 
Michael, Somersetshire ; relative of Admiral the first Viscount Duncan of 
Camperdown, (1731-1804) ; cousin of Cardinal Newman, (1801-1890) ; wife 
of the Rev. Dr F. G. Lee, M.A., Vicar of All Saints, Lambeth, London, S.E. 

(1881) 

Lee, Rev. Dr Frederick George, (1832-1902), of Thame Grammar 
School; M.A.., St Edmund's Hall, Oxford; Hon. D.D. of Washington and 
Lee University, U.S.A. ; F.S.A. ; Incumbent and founder of St Mary's, 
Aberdeen, N.B., then vicar of All Saints, Lambeth ; author ; one of the 
founders and honorary Secretary of the Association for the Unity of 
Christendom ; one of the founders and officers of the Order of Corporate 
Reunion ; son of the Rev. Frederick Lee, M.A., rector of Easington. (1901) 

Lee, George Augustus James, of Winchester College and Edinburgh 
University ; Writer to the Signet ; Private Secretary to the Secretary for 
Scotland, (Lord Balfour of Burleigh, K.T.) 1898-1903; Deputy-Keeper of 
the Records of Scotland since 1903 ; son of the late Hon. Robert Lee, one 
of the Senators of the College of Justice in Scotland, by Catherine Alleyne, 
daughter of G. A. Borthwick, of Edinburgh ; grandson of the Very Rev. 
John Lee, D.D., sometime Principal of Edinburgh University ; son-in-law 
of B. J. Cuddon-Fletcher and of the late Mrs Cuddon-Fletcher, of Dunans, 
Argyllshire, and Somerton Hall, Norfolk. (1900) 

Lee, Gordon Ambrose de Lisle, of St Mary's College, Harlow and 
Westminster School ; successively Bluemantle Pursuivant and York Herald 
in the College of Arms ; author on genealogical and archaeological subjects ; 
second son of the Rev. Dr Frederick George Lee, (1832-1902), M.A., Oxon. 

(1879) 



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Lee, Lady Madeline de Wolf, wife of Sir Henry Austin Lee, K.C.B., 
first Secretary of the British Embassy at Paris ; daughter of Benj amin 
Franklin Smith, of New York. (1899) 

Lee-Dillon, Augustus Fitzgibbon, son of the Hon. Gerald 
Normanby Dillon Fitzgibbon Lee-Dillon, son of the thirteenth Viscount 
Dillon, and son-in-law of the third and last Earl of Clare. (1870) 

Lee-Dillon, Charles Fitzgibbon, son of the late Hon. Gerald 
Norinanby Fitzgibbon Lee-Dillon. (1876) 

Lee-Dillon, Miss Florence Fitzgibbon, daughter of the late Hon. 
Gerald Normanby Fitzgibbon Lee-Dillon. (1876) 

Lee-Dillon, The Hon. Gerald Normanby Fitzgibbon, (1823- 
1880), formerly of the Home Office ; son of the thirteenth Viscount Dillon, 
son-in-law of the third Earl of Clare. (1876) 

Lee-Dillon, The Hon. Harry Lee Stan ton, of Charterhouse 
School; lieutenant 1st Battalion Rifle Brigade ; eldest son of the seventeenth 
Viscount Dillon. (1908) 

Lee-Dillon, John Fitzgibbon, son of the Hon. Gerald Normanby 
Dillon Fitzgibbon Lee-Dillon, (1823-1880), son of the thirteenth Viscount 
Dillon, son-in-law of the third and last Earl of Clare. (1876) 

Lee-Dillon, Louis Fitzgibbon, brother of John Fit/gibbon Lee- 
Dillon. (1870) 

Lee-Dillon, Lady Louisa, (1826-1899), second daughter of the third 
and last Earl of Clare ; wife of the Hon. Gerald Normanby Dillon 
Fitzgibbon Lee-Dillon, (1823-1880), son of the thirteenth Viscount Dillon, 
after whose death she married General Carmelo Ascenso Spadafora, 
Marquis della Rocella, second son of the Duke di Santa Rosalia. (1876) 

Lee-Dillon, Valentine Fitzgibbon, son of the late Lady Louisa 
Lee-Dillon. (1876) 

Leeds, The Duchess of, (1807-1874), Louisa Catherine ; wife of the 
seventh Duke of Leeds ; foundress of an orphanage for Boys at Mayfield, 
Sussex, and an orphanage for Girls at Blelchingley. Sussex. 

t Leeming, Mrs Charlotte Aubrey Arethusa, wife of William 
Leeming, Alder-Hay, West Derby, Liverpool. 

Lees, Miss Alice, an Anglican Sister at Clewer Convent, Windsor ; 
granddaughter of Sir Harcourt Lees, first Baronet, of Blackrock, Dublin. 

Lees, John Cathcart, (1777-1855), second son of Sir Harcourt Lees, 
first Baronet. 

t Leespn, Miss Frances Mary Gertrude, daughter of the Rev. 
Francis Thomas Charles Leeson, an Anglican clergyman of Bath. (1850) 

Leeves, Rev. Mother Mary Sgnatius, Foundress and Superioress 
of the Ursuline Convent at Tiros, Greece ; second daughter of the Rev. 
Henry David Leeves, M.A., British Chaplain at Athens. 



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Leggatt, Mrs Lillian Marian, the authoress ; sister of (Maude Phillips, 
B.A., barrister, Keeper of the Wallace Collection and art-critic. (1905) 

Leggatt, Philip Henry Walters, husband of Mrs Lillian Marian 
Leggatt, the authoress. (1905) 

Legge, Edward, nephew of the fifth Earl of Dartmouth. (1876) 

Leigh, John, B.A., Brasenose College, Oxford. 

Leigh, Mrs, wife of Isaac L. Leigh, J.P., of Beaconsfield, Davenport, 
Stockport ; daughter of Colonel Scott, J.P. and D.L., of Handford House, 
Cheshire, and of Westhide Court, Hereford. (1904) 

t Leigh, Mrs Caroline, wife of William Leigh, (1808-1873), J.P. and 
D.L., Lord of the Manor of Woodchester and Nympsfield; daughter of the 
late Colonel Sir John Geers Cotterell, first Baronet, M.P. for Herefordshire. 

(1855) 

Leigh, Miss Marjorie, third daughter of Isaac J. Leigh, J.P., of 
Stockport. (1904) 

Leigh, William, (1808-1873), of Eton College ; scholar of Brasenose College, 
Oxford ; D.C.L. ; Knight of St Gregory the Great ; J.P and D.L. ; Lord of 
the Manor of Woodchester and Nympsfield ; founder of the Dominican 
Church and Priory at Woodchester; son of William Leigh, J.P., of Roby 
Hall, Lancashire. (1844) 

Leigh-Bennett, Mrs Beatrice Honora, eldest daughter of Sir George 
Francis Coventry Pocock, third Baronet ; granddaughter of the Rev. George 
Henry Ravenhill, M.A., vicar of Leomister ; wife of Herbert James Leigh- 
Bennett, son of the Rev. Henry Leigh-Bennet, J.P. (189G) 

Leitch, Miss, a well-known lady journalist of Glasgow, N.B. 

t Leith, Mrs, nee Levicke, of Worksop ; wife of Matthias Leith, of 
\Vestonby, Yorkshire ; mother of the late Rev. Thomas Matthias Leith, 
a Priest and author, of Cobridge, Staffordshire. 

Le Mesurier, Alfred, M.A., Oriel College, Oxford. 
Le Mesurier, Henry, brother of Alfred Le Mesurier, M.A., Oxon. 
Le Mesurier, Mrs, mother of Alfred and Henry Le Mesurier. 
Le Mesurier, The Misses, daughters of Mrs Le Mesurier. 

Lennox, Lady Sussex, (1804-1883), the Hon. Mary Margaret Lawless ; 
daughter of the second Baron Cloncurry ; wife of Lord Sussex Lennox, son 
of the fourth Duke of Richmond, K.G. (1850) 

Leslie, Mrs Alice, wife of Colonel Archibald Young Leslie, late of the 
Cameron Highlanders, J.P. and D.L. for Banff, Laird of Kininvie ; daughter 
of Lieutenant-Colonel R. Cantley. 

t Leslie, Mrs Anne Louisa, wife of Antony Leslie, of Balquhain. N.B. 

Leslie, Archibald, (1789-1851), last of Balnageith ; son of the Rev. 
William Leslie, last laird- minister of Balnageith, Morayshire, N.B. ; nephew 
of the twelfth Earl of Caithness. (1850) 



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Leslie, IV! rs Barbara, daughter of General William Stewart, of Lesmurdie, 
co. Banff, N.B. ; wife of George Abercroinby Young Leslie, of Kininvio, 
N.B. ; mother of Colonel Archibald Young Leslie, late of the Cameron 
Highlanders. 

Leslie, Miss Charlotte Gumming, a nun in France ; youngest 
daughter of Archibald Leslie, (1789-1851), last of Balnageith, Morayshire, 
N.B. (1847) 

Leslie, Mrs Eleanor, (1800-1892), wife of Archibald Leslie, (1789-1851), 
last of Balnageith, Morayshire, N.B. ; eldest daughter of the late John 
Falconer Atlee, of Wandsworth, London ; of this lady, Charlotte, fifth 
Duchess of Buccleuch, (1811-1895), wrote: "I look upon her as our 
mother who helped to bring us into the true Church. We are all her 
children good Father Robertson, his aunt and her children, dear Lady 
Lothian and her children, myself, and I do not know how many others." 

(1846) 

Leslie, Rev. Eric William, a Priest of the Society of Jesus for many 
years at The Immaculate Conception, Farm Street, London, W. ; now at 
Manresa, Koehampton, London, S.W.; only son of Archibald Leslie, 
(1789-1851), last of Balnageith, Morayshire, N.B. (1848) 

Leslie, Mrs Katherine, daughter of Harvey Drummond ; wife of 
Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Kadcliffe Aloysius Leslie, J.P. of Hassop Hall, 
Hassop, Derbyshire, late of the Gordon Highlanders, son of Charles 
Stephen Leslie, of Fetternear, Hassop and Slindon. (1897) 

Leslie, Mrs Mary, daughter of Major-General Sir Charles Holloway ; 
wife of Colonel Charles Leslie, K.H., of Balquhain, N.B. 

Leslie, Miss Mary Margaret, second daughter of Archibald Leslie, 
(1789-1851), last of Balnageith, Morayshire, N.B. ; a nun, (Mother Mary 
de Sales) at St Margaret's Convent, Edinburgh, N.B. (1847) 

Leslie, Shane John Randolph, of Eton College; University of 
Paris ; B.A., King's College, Cambridge ; poet ; eldest son of Colonel John 
Leslie, J.P., D.L., of Glaslough, co. Monaghan, Ireland, by Leonie Blanche, 
daughter of the late Leonard Jerome, of New York, U.S.A., and younger 
sister of Lady Randolph Churchill ; grandson of Sir John Leslie, first 
Baronet, and of Lady Constance Wilhelmina Frances Dawson-Damer, 
sister of the fourth Earl of Portarlington. (1908) 

Lester, Rev. Edmund, a Priest of the Society of Jesus at the Sacred 
Heart, Accrington, Lancashire. 

Let h bridge, Alan Bourchier, of Sherborne School and Heidelberg 
University ; formerly Assistant-Resident in the Political Service in the 
Kontagora Province, North Nigeria, British West Africa ; youngest son of 
Sir Wroth Acland Lethbridge, fourth Baronet, of Sandhill Park, Taunton, 
Somersetshire. (1900) 

Levett, Rev. Lawrence L., (1843-1905), formerly a physician in 

London ; a Priest, for some time chaplain at Brough Hall, Yorkshire, 

then in charge of Missions at Wem and Ludlow in the Diocese of 

Shrewsbury. (1875) 

Le Verrier, Rev. Raymond, a Dominican Friar at Pendleton, Salford, 
Lancashire; lately at St Dominic's Priory, Haverstock Hill, London, N.W.; 
now in Dritish West Indies. (1893) 



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Le Verrier, Mrs Sarah Margaret, wife of Surgeon-Dentist Le 
Verrier, of Swimlon ; mother of the Rev. Raymond Le Verrier, a 
Dominican Friar. (1897) 

Levick, Rev. Ernest E., a Priest, till recently at St Mary's, Allerton 
Park, Knaresborough, now in charge of St Wilfrid's, Ripon, Yorkshire. 

(1878) 

t Lcwington, Rev. J. B. L., a Priest and Secretary to the Hon. and 
Right Rev. Dr William Joseph Hugh Clifford, (1823-1803), third Bishop of 
Clifton. (l<s:)2) 

Lewis, Mrs, wife of Henry Lewis, of New Bond Street, London, W. (1881) 
Lewis, Sir Charles Edward, (1828-1893), the first and last Baronet. 

Lewis, Rev. David, (181 l-lS9f>), of King's College, London; M.A., 
Fellow and Vice-Principal of Jesus College, Oxford ; curate of St Mary 
the Virgin, Oxford, then rector of Chislehurst, Kent ; author and 
translator of the works of St Teresa. (1846) 

t Lewis, Mrs Emily, wife of Major Cicorge Lewis, R.E. ; daughter 
of the late Hon. William Frederick Wyndham, son of the first Baron 
Leconfield. 

Lewis, The Hon. Mrs Jane, (1814-1882), Hon. Jane Matilda Methuen, 
daughter of the first Baron Methuen ; granddaughter of Sir Henry 
Mildmay, third Baronet ; wife of the Rev. David Lewis, (1814-1805), 
formerly rector of Chislehurst, Kent, (1850) 

Lewthwaite, Rev. William Henry, (1810-1892), of Marlborough 
College ; M. A., Trinity College, Cambridge ; vicar of Clifford, A Priest of 
the Order of Charity and Chaplain to St William's Catholic Reformatory 
School, Market Weighton, Yorkshire ; son of the Rev. George Lewthwaite, 
M.A., J.P., rector of Adel, Yorkshire. (1851) 

t Leyland, Francis Alexander, of Halifax, Yorkshire ; son of Robert 
Leyland, the distinguished naturalist and author. 

Leys, John K., (1846-1909), a barrister ; of Amersham Hall, High 
Wycombe ; son of the late Rev. P. Leys, M.A., a Scotch Presbyterian 
Minister at Strathaven, Lanarkshire, N.U'. (1880) 

t Lickfield, Rev. Charles Frederick, curate of St Mary's, Poplar, 
London, E. (1858) 

Liechtenstein, Princess Mary, (1850-1878), Marie Fox ; daughter 
adoptive of the fourth and last Baron Holland; wife of Prince Aloysius 
Liechtenstein ; author of Nora: or God's Flowers can Bloom on Every Soil. 

t Lillie, Mrs Mary Gascoigne, wife of the Rev. John Lillie, D.D., 
Presbyterian Minister at llobart Town, Tasmania ; daughter of John 
Burnett, of Countessville, Aberdeenshire, N.B. ; mother of the late Mrs 
Kathleen Allies, first wife of Cyril Allies, J.P. 



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Lillingston, Rev. Septimus Ernest Luke Spooner, M.A., 
Mus.Bac., Hertford College, Oxford ; successively curate at Paignton, 
Devonshire ; Clay worth, Nottinghamshire ; St Paul's, Knightsbridge, 
London, S.W. ; St Cuthbert's, South Kensington ; St Augustine's, 
Kilburn, N.W. ; and at St Thomas', Regent Street, W. (1909) 

Lilly, Rev. Richard George Braikenridge, M.A., Selwyn College, 
Cambridge ; successively curate at St Mark's, Gloucester ; St Mary's, 
Highgate Rise, London, X. ; St George's, Perry Hill, Catford, London, 
S.E. ;"St Alban's, Streatham Park, London, S.W., and at Goring-on -Thames, 
Oxfordshire. (1906) 

t Lilly, Mrs Susannah Louisa, second daughter of the Rev. George 
Hall, J.P., an Anglican clergyman ; first wife of William Samuel Lilly, M.A. 

(1872) 

Lilly, William Samuel, M.A., L.L.M., Hon. Fellow of Peterhouse, 
Cambridge ; at one time Under- Secretary of the Government of Madras; 
barrister ; J.P. for London and Middlesex ; Secretary of the Catholic 
Union of Great Britain since 1873 ; a well-known author ; son of William 
Lilly, of W r indont House, near Exeter, Devonshire. (1869) 

Lindsay, The Hon. Colin, (1819-1892), of Eton College ; M.A., Trinity 
College, Cambridge ; J.P for Devonshire and Lancashire ; founder and 
first president of the Manchester Church Society, which developed (1890) 
into the English Church Union ; theological writer ; fourth son of the 
twenty -fourth Earl of Crawford, seventh Earl of Balcarres and first Baron 
Wigan. (18G8) 

Lindsay, Miss Harriett Maria, a nun at the Visitation Convent, 
Westbury-on-Trym ; daughter of the Hon. Colin Lindsay, (1819-1892), 
M.A., Cantab. (1868) 

Lindsay, Lady Louisa, (1821-1897), Lady Louisa Frances Howard, 
daughter of the fourth Earl of Wicklow, K.P. ; granddaughter of the first 
Marquess of Abercorn ; mother of the Very Rev. Monsignor Claud 
Reginald Lindsay, a Priest at San Silvestro in Capite, Rome, and of 
Leonard Cecil Colin Lindsay, F.S.A., secretary of the New Gallery, and 
Hon. Bursar of the Catholic Record Society ; wife of the Hon. Colin 
Lindsay, (1819-1892), M.A., Cantab. (1866) 

t Linstead, Thomas Samuel, for twenty-five years connected with 
the Portuguese Embassy ; scholar and linguist. (1843) 

Lister, John, of Winchester College; M.A, Brasenose College, Oxford; 
a well-known archaeologist ; Vice-President of the Bradford Historical and 
Antiquarian Society ; founder and first secretary of the Catholic Working 
Men's Association, Halifax ; Halifax Town Councillor ; barrister ; member 
of the Halifax School Board and its Vice-Preeident for three years ; 
founder of Shibden Industrial School ; served on the West Riding County 
Council ; some time secretary of the Halifax District Technical Instruction 
Committee; President of the Halifax Branch of the Fabian Society; 
eldest son of l)r John Lister, J.P.. of Shibden Hall, Yorkshire, by Louisa, 
daughter of the late Major Charles Grant. (1871) 



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Little, Rev. Charles Hardy, M.A., Trinity College, Dublin ; B.A., 
St Edmund's Hall, Oxford ; successively chaplain at St Petersburg, and 
vicar of St Martin's, Brighton, Sussex ; son of John Little, of Stewarte- 
town, co. Tyrone, Ireland ; brother of the late Lieutenant-General Henry 
Alexander Little, C.B., who served in the Crimea and India. (1903) 

Little, Rev. Sydney Hamilton, (1843-1895), M.A., Exeter College, 
Oxford ; curate of St Peter's, Bournemouth, Hampshire ; Metropolitan 
Secretary of the Additional Curates' Society ; for some time editor ol' 
The Catholic Times, then British Consul at Cadiz ; son of John Little, of 
Stewartstown, co. Tyrone, Ireland. (1881) 

Little, Mrs, wife of the late Rev. Sydney Hamilton Little, M.A., Oxon ; 
sister-in-law of the Rev. William John Knox-Little, M.A., vicar of Hoar 
Cross, Burton-on-Trent, and Canon of Worcester. (1881) 

t Littleboy, Rev. William Henry, B.A., Oxon; curate of Sheston, 
Leicestershire. (1856) 

Livius, Rev. Thomas S-, (1828-1902), of Clifton College; M.A., Oriel 
College, Oxford ; curate of SS. Kenwyn and Kea, Cornwall. A Re- 
demptorist Priest at St Mary's, Clapham, London, S.W. ; author. (1857) 

Lloyd, Rev. Arthur, B.A., Exeter College, Oxford; curate of All 
Hallows, Southwark, London, S.E. (1892) 

t Lloyd, Mrs Eliza Anne, n<'e Wilson, wife of the Rev. Howel Woltram 
Lloyd, (1816-1893), Perpetual Curate of Pent rev oel as, near Cerrig-y-Drudion, 
Wales. (1846) 

Lloyd, Rev. Howel Woltram, (1816-1893), of Rugby School ; scholar, 
M.A., of Jesus College, and member of Balliol College, Oxford ; Perpetual 
( 'iirate of Pentrevoelas, Cerrig-y-Drudion, North Wales ; an eminent 
Welsh archasologist ; for some time professor at the Catholic University 
College, Kensington, London, W. ; son of Edward Lloyd, barrister, of 
Berth and Rhagalt. (1846) 

Lloyd, J. J. Hinde, B.A., Wadham College, Oxford. 

Lloyd, Mrs, daughter of Sir John Craven Garden, third Baronet ; wife of 
Henry Lloyd, of Farinora, co. Tipperary, Ireland ; mother of Julia Ellen 
Josephine, second wife of the third Baron Rossmore. 

Lloyd, Miss Margaret, daughter of the Rev. Thomas Lloyd, M.A. of 
Lois Weedon, Northamptonshire. 

Lloyd, Trevor, M.A., Magdalen Hall, Oxford. 

Lloyd, Thomas Edward Alfred, B.A., Magdalene College, Cambridge. 

Lloyd, Thomas John Edward Arthur, B.A., Magdalen Hall, 
Oxford. 

t Lloyd, Rev. William James, M.A., Cantab; curate of Kevidiog, 
Wales. (1845) 

Lloyd-Davies, Miss, relative of Sir Marteine Owen Mowbray Lloyd, 
second Baronet. 

Lloyd-Thomas, Rev. David, M.A., Jesus College, Oxford ; rector of 
Crainsby, near (Irimsby, Lincolnshire. (1896) 



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M.A., 
(1896) 
ce, Mrs, wife of Major Locke, son of General and Lady Matilda Locke 

(1846) 



biographer of Scott and Burns ' 

(1843) 
Lockyer, Miss, daughter of Captain Lockyer R X 

(1897) 

(1818) 
te, Professor, the well-known Lecturer on Memory. (188 6) 



Ireland and Custos Rotulorumo^aLouth. 1 ^^equer in 

(1855) 
ng, K aurice St Clair, B.A.. Merton College, Oxford. 

f Ram8gate ' Kent ! - of Brandon J. 

(1899) 

f Torrchouse-Moore, 
(1852) 



CecM ' relati of the Hon. Charles Leotaud, of 

(1882) 



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Longueville, Mrs Mary Francis, only daughter of Alexander 
Robertson, of Balgownie Lodge, Aberdeenskire, N.B. ; mother of Major 
Reginald Longueville, of the 1st Coldstream Guards, served throughout 
the South African War, J.P. for Shropshire, and of Captain Edward 
Longueville, of the ( 'oldstream Guards, who served in the South African 
War and was named in despatches ; wife of Thomas Longueville, J.P., 
of Oswestry. (1877) 

Longueville, Thomas, of Christ Church, Oxford ; J.P. of Llanforda, 
Oswestry, Shropshire ; author ; creator of the " Prig " series, and for 
twenty years a regular contributor to The Saturday Review son of Thomas 
Longueville, of Pen-y-llan, Shropshire, and of Anne, daughter of Charles 
Thomas Jones. (1877) 

Lord, Miss Emily, only daughter of a Somersetshire clergyman and sister 
of the Rev. Frederick Bayley Lord, M.A., rector of Farmborough, Bath. 

(1877) 

Lord, Rev. Frederick Bayley, (1840-1905), M.A., St John's College, 
Oxford ; curate of ( 'hilton Foliatt, Berkshire, and then rector of his 
father's church at Farmborough, near Bath, Somersetshire. 0^~7) 

Lord, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Frederick P.ayley Lord, (1840-1905), M.A., 
Oxon ; and family. (1877) 

Lorie, Rev. Charles, a Priest of the Pious Society of Missions in Chili, 
South America. 

Lothian, The Marchioness of, (1808-1877), Lady Cecil Chetwynd 
Talbot, wife of the seventh Marquess of Lothian, K.T. ; daughter of the 
second Earl Talbot ; she built the Catholic Church at Dalkeith, N.B. (1851) 

t Louis, Major-Gen era! Sir Charles, fourth Baronet ; served in 
Syria and the Baltic. 

Louth, The Lady, Eugenie de Miarritze Bellairs, wife of the fourteenth 
Baron Louth ; daughter of Captain Edmund Hooke Wilson Bellairs, 
H.B.M.'s Vice-Consul at Biarritz. (1SS8) 

Lovell, Mrs, niece of Sir Henry Rowley Bishop, (1786-1855), the musical 
composer. 

Lovell, Rev. William, M.A., Exeter College, Oxford ; curate at 
Wantage. (1876) 

t Low, Miss, of the Anglican Sisterhood, at Kilburn, London, W. (1890) 

t Low, Hugh Brooke, Resident of the Regang District; only son of 
Sir Hugh Low, H.B.M.'s Resident at Perak ; brother-in-law of Sir John 
Pope-Hennessy, (1834-1891), Governor of Mauritius, and then M.P. for 
Kilkenny. (1887) 

Lowe, William, till recently British Consul at Mentone, France. (1896) 

Lowrie, Mrs, wife of Captain Lowrie, for many years Governor of York 
Castle, and President of the North and East Riding District Branch of the 
English Church Union. (1887) 

Lowrie, Miss Anna S., daughter of Captain Lowrie. (1888) 

Lowrie, Sydney, son of Captain Lowrie, (1888) 



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Lowry-Corry, Rev. Gerald, of Charterhouse School ; formerly 
Lieutenant in the 2nd Battalion Cheshire Regiment ; a Priest, till lately of 
the Brompton Oratory, London, S.W., second son of Admiral the Hon. Armor 
Lowry-Corry, son of the third Earl Belmore, by Geraldine, daughter of 
James King-King, late M.P. of Staunton Park, Staunton-on- Arrow. 

Lucas, Edward, (1822-1899), son of Samuel Hayhurst Lucas, J.P., a 
prominent member of the Society of Friends ; brother of Samuel Lucas, 
editor of The Morning Star, and of Frederick Lucas, M.P., (see below ) ; 
father of Rev. Herbert Lucas, S. J. ; was received into the Catholic Church 
in 1 853, and soon afterwards became Secretary of the Catholic Academiae, 
which post he held for about twenty years ; Author of The Life of Frederick 
Lucas, M.P., (2 vols.), of The Church in the First two Centuries, and 'of 
several papera in Essays on Religion and Literature, edited by Archbishop 
(afterwards Cardinal) Manning. 

Lucas, Frederick, (1812-1855), journalist, barrister and politician ; B-A., 
I' iiiversity College, London ; M.P. for co. Meath ; first editor of The Tablet; 
son of Samuel Hayhurst Lucas, a London Merchant and member of the 
Society of Friends. (1839) 

t Lucas, Mrs, wife of Frederick Lucas, (1812-1855), nee Ashby, of Staines. 

(1846) 

t Lucas, Henry, of the Australian Civil Service ; brother of Frederick 
Lucas, (1812-1853), first editor of The Tablet. (1853) 

Lucas, Mrs, wife of Captain Lucas. 

Lucas-Shadwell, Miss Beatrice, daughter of William Lucas- 
Shadwell, B.A., Cantab. (1902) 

Lucas-Shadwell, Mrs Beatrice, wife of William Lucas-Shadwell 
B.A., Cantab ; daughter of J. Buckley Rutherford. (1902) 

Lucas-Shadwell, William, B.A., Pembroke College, Cambridge ; J.P. 
and D.L. for Sussex ; for five years M.P. for Hastings, Sussex ; Private 
Chamberlain to Pope Pius X ; only son of William Drew Lueas-Shadwell, 
J.P., D.L., of Fairlight, Sussex, and of Florentia, daughter of the Rev. 
Henry Wynch, M.A., rector of Pett. (1902) 

Lucie-Smith, The Hon. Alfred Van Waterschoodt, of Rugby 
School ; one of the Puisne Judges in Demerara, British Guiana ; son-in-law 
of Surgeon-General Sir David Palmer Ross. (1889) 

t Luck, Rev. F. Augustine, a Benedictine Monk. 

t Luck, Right Rev. J. E., a Benedictine Monk and Bishop of Auckland, 
New Zealand. 

Ludlow, Sir Henry, (1834-1903), of Christ's Hospital; M.A., Fellow of 
St John's College, Cambridge, barrister ; successively Attorney- General of 
Trinidad, and Chief Justice of the Leeward Islands, B.W.I. ; son of a George 
Ludlow, of Hertford. 

Lumbaye, Aloysius, chairman of the Thames Valley Legitimist Club. 

(1869) 

t Lumley, Edward, the well-known London publisher. (1843) 

M 



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Lumsden, Hugh Gordon, J.P. and D.L. for Clova and Auchindoir, 
Aberdeenshire, N.B. ; Private Chamberlain to Popes Leo XIII and Pius 
X ; F.R.S.A., (Scot) ; son of Harry Lumsden the younger, of Auchindoir, 
by Anne, daughter of Hugh Gordon, of Manor, Aberdeenshire ; son-in-law 
of Carlos Pedro Gordon, K.M., J.P., D.L., of Wardhouse and Kildrummy, 
N.B., father of the Rev. Pedro Carlos Gordon, (1852-1907), a Priest of the 
Society of Jesus, and rector of Stonyhurst College, Blackburn. (1873) 

Lunn, William, the architect. 

Lyall, Rev. William Hearle, ( -1900), of Eton College; M.A., St 
Mary's Hall, Oxford; rector of St Dionis, Backchurch, London, E.G. (1880) 

Lyall, Mrs Susan Henrietta Elizabeth, ( -1908), wife of the 
late Rev. William Hearle Lyall, M.A., Oxon. (1880) 

Lyle, Rev. John Stevenson, B.A., Trinity College, Dublin ; an Anglican 
clergyman. A Priest in charge of SS. Mary and David, Hawick, Roxburgh- 
shire, N.B. 

Lynch, Mrs Elizabeth Charlotte, wife of Charles J. Lynch, J.P., of 
Petersburgh Castle, Clonbur and Ashbrook, co. Galway, Ireland. 

Lyne, Miss, couein of the late Rev. Father Ignatius, of Llanthony Abbey, 
Wales. 

Lyons, Earl, (1817-1887), Richard Bickerton Pennell Lyons, of Winchester 
College ; M.A., Christ Church, Oxford ; second Baron and first Earl Lyons ; 
attache at Athens, Dresden and Florence ; Minister at Washington, U.S.A. ; 
Ambassador at Constantinople, and then for twenty years in the same 
capacity at Paris ; P.C. ; son of Admiral Lord Lyons, (1790-1858), G.C.B., 
first Baron ; brother of the fourteenth Duchess of Norfolk. (1887) 

Lyons, Miss, daughter of Captain Lyons, R.N. 

Lyons, The Hon. Theresa Bickerton, (1815-1894), daughter of 
Admiral Lord Lyons, (1890-1858), G.C.B. ; sister of Earl Lyons, (1817-1887) ; 
wife of Baron Philip von Wiirtzburg, of Bavaria, A.D.C. to King Otho ; 
sister of the fourteenth Duchess of Norfolk. (1853) 



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MACCALL, Rev. Archibald S.,B. A., Magdalen College, Oxford; a Priest 
in charge of St Philip Neri, Arundel, Sussex. 

MacCartan, Mrs, wife of John James MacCartein, of Thomas town, co. 
Kilkenny, Ireland. (1861) 

Macdonald, The Hon. Lady Adelaide Louisa, daughter of George 
John, fifth Baron Vernon (1803-1866) ; wife of the late Admiral Sir Reginald 
John Macdonald, K.C.B., K.C.S.I., chief of Clanranald ; authoress. 

Macdonald, Sir Archibald Keppel, (1820-1901), of Harrow School ; 
third Baronet ; captain of the Scots Fusilier Guards and Equerry to H.R.H. 
the late Duke of Sussex ; J.P. and D.L. for Hampshire ; son-in-law of the 
first Earl of Leicester. (1870) 

Macdonald, Colonel Donald, late of the Indian Staff Corps; son of 
the late General Macdonald. 

Macdonald, Rev. Hamilton Francis, M.A., King's College, 
Cambridge ; late Anglican chaplain to H.M.S. Vernon. A Priest, till 
recently Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Westminster, now Secretary of 
Naval Chaplains' Department at Portsmouth ; editor of The Altar Server's 
Manual ; son of the late General J. A. M. Macdonald, C.B., of the Bombay 
Staff Corps. (1898) 

MacDonald, Mrs, nee Waggaman, daughter of a United States Senator ; 
wife of the late Hon. John Stanfield MacDonald, Prime Minister of Quebec, 
Canada. 

Macdonald, Mrs Minna, wife of Loohlin Macdonald, J.P. and D.L. of 
Skeabost, Isle of Skye, N.B. ; and family. (1898) 

MacDonnell, Colonel Alexander, of Belfast, Ireland. (1870) 

MacDougall, Charles Edward, son of the Hon. Justice MacDougall. 

Mac Do u gall, Mrs, wife of Charles Edward Macdougall ; daughter of 
Colonel J. Jackson, of the Madras Army. 

t MacEvoy, Mrs Theresa, wife of James MacEvoy, of Tobertynan, 
co. Meath, Ireland; daughter of Sir Joshua Colles Meredyth, eighth 
Baronet, of Greenhills, Kildare. 



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Macfarlane, Sir Donald Home, (1830-1904), M.P. for Carlow, and 
then for Argyllshire, N.B. ; son of Allan Macfarlane, J.P., of Caithness. 

Macfarlane, Lady Fanny, wife of Sir Donald Home Macfarlane, 
(1830-1904) ; daughter of James Robson, of Pontefract, Yorkshire. 

MacGill, Vice-Admiral Thomas, of Western College, Brighton; 
C.B., served in the Egyptian War and in the Benin Expedition ; late 
Superintendent of Bermuda Dockyard ; second son of the Rev. Thomas 
MacGill. (1904) 

Mack ay, Mrs Christina Dominica Duncan, wife of John 
Francis Mackay, of Highgate, London, N. (1889) 

Mackay, Miss Elizabeth Marie Margaret Herds, of St 

Andrews, N.B. ; daughter of a clergyman of the Church of Scotland. 

Mackay, John Francis, of Whitehall Parade, Highgate, London, N. 

(1889) 

Mackenzie, Major B. G., (1817-1895), formerly of the 50th and 59th 
Regiments, and Adjutant of the Tipperary Militia. 

Mackenzie, The Hon. Gordon Thomas, District Judge of 
Godavery ; President of the Madras Catholic Union. (1877) 

Mackenzie, Lieutenant John, of the Royal Navy ; son of Captain 
Mackenzie. 

Mackenzie, Mrs, wife of Lieutenant John Mackenzie, R.N. 
t Mackenzie, Mrs, mother of the late Major B. G. Mackenzie. 
Mackenzie, Lawrence Martin, B.A., Exeter College, Oxford. 

Mackinnon, Rev. Campbell, B.A., Queen's College, Oxford; Con- 
sular Chaplain at Lima, Peru ; and then Incumbent of Port Royal, 
Jamaica, B.W.I. (1879) 

Mackinnon, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Campbell Mackinnon, B.A., Oxon ; 
and family. (1878) 

t Mackinson, Rev. Henry Robert, M.A., Cantab; vicar of St 
Andrew's, Sydney, Australia. (1848) 

t Mackinson, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Henry Robert Mackinson, M.A., 
Cantab ; and family. (1848) 

Mackintosh, William, (1832-1906^, of Oxford Street, Edinburgh, N.B. 

(1856) 

Maclean, Charles Donald, of Shrewsbury School; scholar, Mus.Doc., 
Exeter College, Oxford; formerly Government Under -Secretary; son of 
the Rev. A. J. Maclean, M.A., an Anglican clergymaa (1899) 

Maclean, Miss, daughter of Sir Louis Monro Maclean, Bart. 



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Maclean, Hector George, engineer at "Las minas de Rio-Tinto," 
Spain. (1895) 

Maclean, Miss Louisa, daughter of Sir Louis Monro Maclean, Bart. 

MacLeod, Rev. John George, M.A., Exeter College, Oxford; curate 
of St .Matthias, Stoke Newington, London, N. A Priest of the Society of 
Jesus at Manresa House, Roehampton, London, S.W. ; son of Roderick 
MacLeod of London; brother of Janet, sixteenth Countess of Caithness. 

(1854) 

Macmullen, Rev. Richard GeH, (1814-1895), M.A., B.D. ; Fellow, 
Latin Reader and Dean of Corpus Christi College, Oxford; vicar of St 
Mary Magdalen's, Oxford. A Priest and Canon of Westminster. (1847) 

t Macmullen, Major-General S. F., brother of the Rev. Richard 
Gell Macmullen, (1814-1895), M.A., Oxoa (1855) 

I Macmullen, Mrs, (1820-1900), wife of Major-General S. F. Macmullen; 
and family. (1855) 

JMacnab, Sir Allan Napier, (1798-1862), first Baronet; Canadian 
soldier and politician ; joined the Army and then the Navy at the time of 
the American invasion; barrister; member of the House of Assembly of 
which he was three times Speaker; father-in-law of William Coates 
Keppel, (1832-1894), seventh Earl of Albermarle, P.C. (1845) 

MacNicol, Mrs, nee Davidson, wife of Captain MacNicol. 

Maconechy, Rev. James, M.A., Balliol College, Oxford; for several 
years vicar of All Saints', Paddington, London, W., then rector of 
Waggonholt, Pulborough, Sussex. (1901) 

JMacpherson, William A. Gordon, M.A., Edinburgh University; 
formerly Principal of the High School, Neuilly, Paris. 

iMacRae, Captain Colin W., late of the Black Watch ; Exon. of the 
King's Body Guard ; served in the last South African War ; third son of 
Duncan MacRae, of Walmer Castle, Buteshire, X.B. ; brother-in-law of 

j the fourth Marquess of Bute. (1903) 




Maguire, Mrs, wife of Major Maguire, of Cheltenham. 

Maguth, Miss Ross it a, only daughter of the Rev. Dr Maguth, member 
of the Senate of Cambridge University. 

Mahoney, John, J.P., of Cragg, co. Clare, Ireland. (1849) 

Maid stone, Viscountess, Louisa Augusta Jenkinson, widow of 
Viscount Maidstone, son of the eleventh Earl of Winchilsea ; daughter of 
Sir George Samuel Jenkinson, eleventh Baronet, who was M.P. for North 
Wiltshire. 



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Mai I lard, Thomas, B.A., London University. 

Maister, Rev. Reginald, a monk of Llanthony Abbey, North Wales. 

(1885) 

Maitland, Miss Frances Mary, of Kenmure Castle, New Galloway, 
N.B. ; authoress, contributor to The Month, Merry England, and The Ave 
Maria. 

Maitland, Miss Helen Stuart, daughter of Stuart Cairne Maitland, 
of Dundrennan and Compstone, N.B. (1877) 

Maitland, Miss, daughter of the Rev. J. Maitland, M.A., J.P. and D.L. 
for Kirkcudbright, N.B. ; .granddaughter of Mrs Bellamy Gordon, of 
Kenmure, N.B. 

Maitland, Captain William, of the Bengal Staff Corps. 

Major, Miss, daughter of the Rev. Seymour Major, M.A., formerly curate 
of St Paul's, Lorrimer Square, Walworth, London, S.E. (1869) 

Malcolm, Mrs, wife of Major Malcolm ; daughter of the Most Rev. Dr 
William Dalrymple Maclagan, Lord Archbishop of York. (1898) 

Malet, Major, formerly of the 1st Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers ; 
son of the late Octavius Warre Malet, Bengal C.S. Judge. 

Malins, David, (1836-1886), of Birmingham and Glasnevin Lodge, co. 
Dublin ; second son of David Malins, (1803-1881), J.P. of Edgbaston, who in 
IcSjO was High Bailiff of Birmingham; brother of Mary, Lady Wiggin, 
wife of Sir Henry Wiggin, (1824-1905), first Baronet, of Metchley Grange, 
Staffordshire, M.P. (1880-1892), for the Handsworth Division of Stafford- 
shire. (1875) 

Malins, Mrs Eliza Mary, wife of David Malins, (1836-1886), of 

Birmingham and Glasnevin Lodge, co. Dublin ; daughter of George 
Theodore Bolton, of Manchester, by Eliza Matilda Halstead, daughter of 
the late Rev. Peter Halstead, rector of Grappenhall, Cheshire ; and children, 
among whom is Mrs Eleanor Marguerite M'Elligott, wife of Maurice Gerald 
M'Elligott, F.R.C.S. (Irel.) of Wigan, Lancashire, and of Mount Rivero, 
Ballygrennan, co. Kerry, Ireland. (1875) 

Malins, Miss M. S. B., a Good Shepherd nun ; only daughter of Edward 
Malins, M.D., F.R.C. P., consulting Obstetrical Physician, General Hospital, 
Birmingham, ex-President of the Obstetrical Society of London ; she has 
written several of the Catholic Truth Society's publications. (1895) 

Malleson, Colonel George Bruce, (1825-1898), C.S.I.; of Winchester 
College ; Bengal Staff Corps ; was in Indian Military Finance Department, 
Sanitary Commissioner to Government of India ; Controller of Indian 
Military Finances during 1868 ; for seven years Guardian of the Maharajah 
of Mysore ; author of History of the French in India, Historical M^fc/i, of 
tli.,' Native States of India, History of the Indian Mutiny, Histories of 
and Heratj Life of Lord Clive, etc. (1891) 



Mallet, Miss, daughter of Hugh Mallet, of Ash House, North Devon, 



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Mat lock, Miss M. M., the authoress ; daughter of William Mallock ; sister 
of W. H. Mallock, the political and philosophic writer ; niece of James 
Anthony Froude, (1818-1894), the historian, and of the Rev. Richard 
Hurrell Froude, (1803-1836), one of the authors of the "Tracts for the 
Times," etc. 

t Mai pass, Rev. Thomas, a Priest. 

Manbey, Mrs Mary Elizabeth Antoinette, nee Breach ; a 
descendant of Sir Thomas More. (1894) 

Manbey, William John, husband of Mrs Mary Elizabeth Antionette 
Manbey ; solicitor, formerly of London ; now of Oak Lake, Manitoba, 
Canada ; elder brother of the Rev. G. H. Manbey, M.A., late vicar of St 
Alban's, Acton, London, W. (1892) 

Manley, Mrs Isabel, (1800-1850), daughter of Jesse Watts-Russell, 
(1787-1875), of Kam Hall, Staffordshire ; sister of the Rev. Michael 
Watts-Russell, (1815-1875), rector of Benefield, Northamptonshire ; wife 
of General Manley. (1846) 

t Mann, James, of King's College, London ; Chamberlain to Pope Leo 
XIII ; son of James Mann, of Topfield Lodge, Tufnell Park, London, N. 

(1878) 

t Mangles, Frederick Scott, B.A., Magdalen College, Oxford. (1894) 

t Manners, Mrs Frances, nee Simpson; wife of Major Manners, of 
the Duke of Rutland's family ; a generous benefactress to several Catholic 
Churches and Convents. 

Manners, Lady Katharine Selina Janetta, (1866 1902), daughter 
of the seventh Duke of Rutland, K.G. ; granddaughter of Thomas Hughan, 
of Airds, N.B. (1900) 

t Manners, Admiral Russell Henry, F.R.S. ; of the Duke of 
Rutland's family. 

t Manners, Mrs, wife of Admiral Russell Henry Manners, F.R.S. 
Manners, Miss, daughter of Admiral Russell Henry Manners, F.R.S. 

t Manning, Miss Catherine Constance, daughter of Charles John 
Manning, (1799-1880), by his first wife. (1850) 

t Manning, Captain Charles Downes, of Eton College ; 1st Royal 
Dragoons ; eldest son of Charles John Maiming, (1799-1880), by his first 
wife. (1852) 

Manning, Charles John, (1799-1880), of Harrow School ; eldest son of 
William Manning, of Combebank, Sevenoaks, Kent, for many years M.P. 
for Evesham and Lymington, and sometime Governor of the Bank of 
England, by his second wife Mary, daughter of Henry Lannoy Hunter, 
of Beech Hill, Reading. (1851) 

t Manning, Mrs, first wife of Charles John Manning, ;(1799-1880) ; 
daughter of Sir Richard Downes Jackson, of the Coldstream Guards. (1851) 



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Manning, His Eminence Henry Edward, Cardinal, (1808-1892), 
of Harrow School ; M.A., Balliol College, (First Class Honours) ; Fellow of 
Merton College, Oxford ; held post in the Colonial Office for two years ; 
curate, and then rector of Lavington-cum - Graffham, Sussex, in 
succession to his father-in-law the Rev John Sargent ; Rural Dean, 
Archdeacon of Chichester, and Select Preacher to Oxford University. A 
Priest ; D.D. of Rome ; founder in England and first Superior of the 
Oblates of St. Charles Borromeo ; Protonotary Apostolic and Domestic 
Prelate to H.H. Pope Pius IX ; Canon of Westminster, and then 
Archbishop and Cardinal Priest of SS. Andrew and Gregory on the Coelian 
Hill ; ecclesiastical statesman, philanthrophist and author ; son of William 
Manning, of Combebank, Sevenoaks, Kent, for many years M.P. for 
Evesham nnd Lymington, and for sometime Governor of the Bank of 
England, by his second wife I\Yary, daughter of Henry Lannoy Hunter, of 
Beech Hill, Reading. (1851) 

t Manning, Mrs Louisa Augusta, second wife of Charles John 
Manning, (1709-1880); daughter of the Rev. Sir Augustus Brydges 
Henniker, M.A., third Baronet ; mother of the Misses Agnes, Vera, 
Gertrude, and Bertha Manning, two of whom are nuns, and of Lady Mary 
Augusta Miller, wife of Sir William Frederic Miller, fifth Baronet, (1856) 

I Manning, Miss Mary, then Mrs J. Raymond Gasquet, of Brighton ; 
daughter of Charles John Manning, (1799-1880), by his first wife. (1851) 

! Manning, The Right Rev. Monsignor William Henry, of 

Radley and Ushaw Colleges ; a Priest (Oblate of St Charles) ; sometime 
Rector of St Charles College, Bayswater. London, W. ; second son of 
Charles John Manning, (1799-1880), by his first wife. (1852) 

Mansel, Miss Winifred, sister of Mrs Algar Thorold, sister-in-law of 
the Right Rev. Dr Anthony Wilson Thorold, (1825-1895), Lord Bishop 
of Winchester ; a Sister of Charity. 

Manser, Rev. Wilfrid, a brother of the Assumptionist Order at Old 
Ford, London, E. (1886) 

Maphson, Rev. James, B.A., Oxon; curate of St Mary's, Soho, 
London, W. 

t Maples, Rev. Frederick George, B.A., St John's College, Cam- 
bridge ; curate of St Mary's, Soho, London, W. A Priest at Our Lady and 
St Patrick, Limehouse, London, E. (1868) 

t Marah, Rev. William Hcnnessy, for many years vicar of Little 
Compton, Gloucestershire. (1885) 

Marchant, E. T., of Tany Bryn, Beaumaris, North Wales. (1904) 

Mark, Rev. A. Level is, M.A., Trinity Hall, Cambridge ; curate of St 
John's, Hammersmith, London, W. (1884) 

Markes, Captain J. Carlon, of the Leinster Regiment ; late of the 
Lancashire Fusiliers ; severely wounded at Fort Itala during the South 
African War ; son-in-law of Dr Charles E. Ryan, of Glenlara, co. Tipperary. 

(1908) 



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t Marriott, Miss, daughter of an Anglican clergyman. (1844) 

Marro, Mrs Rachel, daughter of the Rev. Frederick Sperling, M.A., 
formerly rector of Pepworth St Agnes, Huntingdonshire ; niece of the Rev. 
John Hanson Sperling, (1825-1894), late rector of Westbourne, Sussex. 

(1897) 

Marryat, Miss Augusta, of Bruges, Belgium ; relative of Captain 
Frederick Marryat, (1792-1848), the novelist. 

Marsh, The Very Rev. Ernest, a Priest of the Salesian Order, till 
recently at The Sacred Heart, West Battersea, London, S.\Y. ; now 
Superior at St Mary Magdalen, Wandsworth Common, London, S.W. 

Marsh, Dr Gideon William Barker, of Darlington Grammar School ; 
I'shaw College ; B.A., London University; F.R. Hist. S. ; Fellow of the 
Royal Society of Medicine ; Member of the Council of the Association of 
Physicians and Surgeons: Member of the British Medical Association; 
author ; son of William Marsh, solicitor, of Middleham, Yorkshire. (1877) 

Marshall, Miss, stepdaughter of the Rev. Baring Gould. 

Marshall, Rev. Arthur George, (1832-1897), B.A., St Mary's Hall, 
Oxford ; curate of St Matthew's, Liverpool ; author of Comedy of 
Convocation, etc. (1859) 

Marshall, Francis Albert, (1840-1889), of Harrow School; B.A., Exeter 
College, Oxford ; at one time clerk in the Audit Office ; dramatist and 
editor of "Henry Irving Edition" of Shakespeare ; husband of Miss Ada 
Cavendish, (1839-1895), the actress ; son of William Marshall, J.P. and 
D.L., of Patterdale Hall, and Halstead, Westmoreland, at one time M.P. 
for Carlisle and East Cumberland. 

Marshall, Frederic, at one time attache to the Japanese Legation in 
Paris ; author of French Home Life, International Varieties, etc. ; brother 
of Francis Albert Marshall, (1840-1889), B.A., Oxon. 

Marshall, Mrs Harriet, (1822-1894), wife of the Rev. Thomas William 
Marshall, (1818-1877), vicar of Swallowcliffe, Wiltshire ; daughter of the 
Rev. William Dancey, M.A., rector of Donhead St Andrew, Wiltshire. 

(1845) 

Marshall, Rev. Henry Johnston, (1818-1875), M.A., Pembroke 
College, Oxford ; curate of Burton Agnes, Yorkshire, then of St Martin's, 
Liverpool. A Priest, D.D. of Rome, at Ross, Hereford ; author. (1845) 

Marshall, Sir James, (1829-1889), C.M.G. ; M.A., Exeter College, 
Oxford ; curate of St Giles', Cripplegate, London, E.C. ; then barrister 
and Chief Justice of the Niger Territories, Gold Coast ; Hon. Treasurer 
of the Catholic Truth Society ; Knight Commander of St Gregory the 
Great; son of the Rev. James Marshall, M.A., vicar of Christ Church, 
Clifton, Gloucestershire ; grandson of the Rev. Leigh Richmond, M.A., 
rector of Turvey, Bedfordshire. (1857) 




on of John Marshall, Government Agent for colonising New South Wales. 

(1845) 



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Marsham, Hubert Wheler, third son of the Hon. and Rev. John 
Marsham, M.A., rector of Camion Segrave, Kettering ; nephew of the 
fourth Earl of Romney; grandson of the Rev. William Wheler Hume, M.A., 
of St Leonards-on-Sea, Sussex; son-in-law of Charles Joseph Stonor, J.P., 
son of Charles Henry Stonor, (1798-1840), brother of the third Baron 
Camoys. (1904) 

Martin, Mrs, wife of the late Dr J. X. H. Martin, J.P., and one of the 
leading physicians of Blackburn, Lancashire. 

Martin, Miss Barbara, daughter of Captain George Bohun Martin, 
R/.N. 

Martin, Rev. Edward R., ( -1877), at one time a student for 
Anglican Orders ; a Priest at Monk's Kirby, Lutterworth, Leicestershire. 

Martin, Miss Eliza Vere Wykeham, (1838-1900), daughter of 
Richard Fiennes Wykeham Martin, of Leeds Castle, Kent ; sister-in-law 
of Henry Murray Lane, Premier Herald of England, and of Major 
Hamilton Bradford, of the 108th Light Infantry. 

Martin, Mrs, wife of Major Martin. 

Martin, Miss, of Mill House, Chelmsford, Essex. (1899) 

Martin, Miss Jane, sister-in-law of the Right Rev. Dr James Atlay, 
(1817-1894), Lord Bishop of Hereford. (1882) 

Martin, Lady Sarah, wife of Sir Thomas Acquin Martin, (1850-1896), 
Agent-General to the Ameer of Afghanistan, head of the firm, Martin & Co., 
of Calcutta and London ; daughter of John Humphrey Harrby, of 
Hoarwithy, Herefordshire ; mother of Captain Cuthbert T. Martin, of the 
Highland Light Infantry ; who served in the last South African War. (1869) 

Martindale, Rev. Cyril Charles, of Harrow School; M.A., Pope's 
Hall, Oxford ; first Class Mods., the Hertford (Latin) and Craven (Latin 
and Greek) Scholarships in 1903 ; stood second in this and the following 
year for the Ireland Scholarship ; Chancellor's Latin Verse and Gaisford 
Greek Verse Prizes 1904 ; First Class in Final Lit. Hum. Exam. 1905 ; 
awarded Derby Scholarship 1906 ; and the Ellerton Theological Essay 
Prize in 1907 ; author and contributor to The Month, American Catholic 
Encyclopaedia, etc. ; a Scholastic of the Society of Jesus at St Beuno's 
College, St Asaph, North Wales ; son of Sir Arthur Henry Temple Martin- 
dale, K. C.S.I., Agent to the Viceroy and Governor-General of India for the 
province of Rajputana ; grandson of Colonel B. Hay Martindale, C.B. 

(1897) 

Martindale, Miss Laura, cousin of Major J. R. Davies-Cooke, of 
Rutland Gate, London, S.W. (1884) 

Martin-Edmunds, William Michael, of Rugby School; MA, 
Trinity College, Cambridge; D.L. for Yorkshire; formerly M.P., son of 
William Bennet Martin-Edmunds, J.P. and D.L. of Worsborough Hall, 
Yorkshire ; grandson of the Rev. John Chaloner, M.A. of Newton, Kyme, 
Yorkshire. (1869) 



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Maskell, Rev. William, (1814-1890), M.A., University College, Oxford; 
rector of Corscombe, Dorset, then vicar of St Mary Church, near Torquay, 
Devonshire ; Examining Chaplain to the Right Rev Dr Henry Phillpotts, 
(1778-1869), the Bishop of Exeter who opposed Catholic emancipation, 
and who refused to institute the Rev. George Cornelius Gorham, (1787- 
1857), to the living of Brampford Speke on account of the latter's 
Calvmistic views on baptismal regeneration; J.P. and D.L. for Cornwall; 
author and ecclesiastical historian of high rank ; son of William Maskell, 
solicitor, of Shepton Mallet, Somersetshire ; father of Alfred Ogle 
Maskell, Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries, and author. (1850) 

Mason, Frank, son of the Rev. Jacob Montagu Mason, B.A. (1879) 

Mason, Rev. H. St Leger, a Priest-in-charge of The Sacred Heart, 
Southwold, Suffolk. 

Mason, Rev. Jacob Montagu, B.A., Durham University; rector of 
Silk Willoughby, Lincolnshire. (1879) 

Mason, Rev. James Austin, (1785-1844), a Methodist Minister. A 
Priest at Rainhill, Prescot, Lancashire ; author. (1819) 

t Mason, Mrs Louise Maria, wife of the Rev. Jacob Montagu Mason, 
B.A. (1879) 

t Mason, Mrs, mother of the late Rev. James Austin Mason, a Priest. 

(1825) 

t Mason, Miss, sister of the late Rev. James Austin Mason, a Priest. 

(1825) 

Massingberd-Mundy, Charles John Henry, (1808-1882), Gentle 
man Commoner of Christ Church, Oxford ; J.P. and D.L. of Ormsby Hall, 
Alford, Lincolnshire. (1864) 

Massingberd-Mundy, Mrs, (1817-1892), wife of Charles John Henry 
Massingberd-Mundy, (1808-1882), fifth daughter of John Young, of 
Westings, Isle of Wight, descendant of the Youngs of Castle Kinross, KB. 

(1879) 

Mather, Rev. F. H. V., B.A., Keble College, Oxford; curate of St 
Bartholomew's, Brighton, Sussex. A Priest-in-charge of St Catherine's, 
Campden, Gloucestershire; son of the Rev. Canon Mather, M.A. of St 
Paul's, Bristol. (1897) 

Mathew, Lady Elisabeth, wife of the Right Hon. Sir James Charles 
Mathew, LL.D., P.O. ; Lord Justice of Appeal ; daughter of the Rev. 
Edwin Biron, M.A, vicar of Lympne, Kent. (1861) 

Mathew, Mrs Ruth, wife of Theobald Mathew, barrister, eldest son of 
the Right Hon. Lord Justice Mathew, P.C. ; daughter of the Rev. George 
Rigby, M.A., and niece of Lord Justice Rigby. (1897) 

Mathews, Rev. Charles, formerly a member of Father Ignatius' 
Anglican Brotherhood, in which he was known as " Br. Patrick." 

Mathias, Mrs Caroline, wife of George Matthias, of Tenby ; mother 
of Colonel Henry Harding Mathias, C.B., who led the charge of the 
Gordon Highlanders at Dargai. (1896) 



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Mathias, Miss Florence, daughter of George Mathias, of Tenby. (1896) 
Matthews, Colonel, of the Royal Artillery. 
t Matthews, Alfred Philip, the actor. 

Matthews, Mrs Florence Charlotte, wife of Captain James 
Matthews, of the Bombay Port Trust. (1897) 

Matthews, Miss, daughter of an Anglican clergyman. 

Matthews, John Hobson, of Blackheath Proprietary School and Leys 
School, Cambridge ; solicitor; archivist to the Cardiff Corporation, and 
editor of the Cardiff Records ; Hon. Secretary and founder of St Teilo's 
Historical Society ; archivist to the County of Monmouth ; author ; son 
of John T. Matthews of St iVes, Cornwall, by his wife Emma, daughter 
of John Hobson, of Grove House, Great Grimsby. (1877) 

Matthews, Miss Louisa, daughter of Captain James Matthews, of the 
Bombay Port Trust. (1897) 

t Matthews, Rev. Mother Mary Teresa, Foundress and Mother- 
General of the Congregation of St Rose of Lima, Stroud, Gloucestershire. 

(1855) 

Maturin, Rev. Basil William, B.A., Trinity College, Dublin; curate 
of Peterstow, Herefordshire ; then a member of the Society of St John 
the Evangelist, Cowley, in charge of St Clements' Church, Philadelphia, 
U.S.A. A Priest in London; author; a well-known preacher; son of a 
former Vicar of All Saints', Grangegorman, Ireland. (1897) 

Maude, Rev. Arthur V., (1832-1888), B.A., Durham University ; formerly 
lieutenant in the 77th Kegt. A Priest of the Brompton Oratory, London, 
S.W. ; son of Captain the Hon. Francis Maude, (1798-1886), of the Royal 
Navy, son of the first Viscount Hawarden. (1855) 

Maude, Mrs Sophie Dora, the authoress; daughter of Major J.W.G. 
Spicer, J.P., D.L., of Spye Park, Wiltshire ; cousin of Miss May Probyn, 
the poet. 

Maule, William Cassell, of Radley College; M.A., Exeter College, 
Oxford, barrister, B.C.L., J.P. ; Hon. Counsel Catholic Guardians' 
Association, Income Tax Commissioner, Guardian of Ohristchurch Union ; 
author ; son of Arthur Maude, J.P. of Rose Hill, Rotherham, Yorkshire ; 
husband of the preceding. 

Maule, Cat e rat, son of an Anglican clergyman. 

Maurel, Mrs nee Mackay, daughter of John Mackay, banker, of Inver- 
ness, N.B. 

Maurice, Rev. Robert Roberts, (1823-1908), B.A., Oxon; a Priest, 
successively professor of English in a Belgium College, missionary in 
Canada and Mexico, at St Vincent de Paul, Knutsford, Cheshire, and 
chaplain to the Prison ; finally at Mold, Flintshire, North Wales. (1845) 

Mawson, Mrs Blanche Parry, daughter of Baker Gabb, D.L. and 
J.P. of Abergavenny, Monmouthshire; wife of Joseph Mawson, of Ken- 
sington, London, \V. 

May, Rev. Herbert H., M.A., Wadham College, Oxford; curate of St 
Paul's, Oxford (1891) 



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t May, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Herbert H. May, M.A., Oxon. (1891) 

t May, Rev. Felix Henry, a Priest 

Maycock, George Bernard, (1826-1907), of Harborne, Birmingham. 

Maycock, Mrs Mary Elizabeth, widow of Bernard Joseph Maycock, 
B.A., L.L.B., solicitor, son of the late George Bernard Maycock. 

Mayne, Mrs, widow of Major-General John E. Mayne, of the Indian 
Army. (1909) 

Mayne, Captain Jasper Graham, late of the 27th Inniskillings ; 
successively A.D.C. to Governor Sir Frederick Weld in the Straits 
Settlements ; Acting Military Secretary and A.D.C. to Sir Hercules 
Robinson, High Commissioner for South Africa ; for five years Wing 
Instructor, Hythe Staff ; District Inspector of Musketry, Home District ; 
Chief Constable for East Suffolk ; only son of Lieutenant-Colonel Charles 
Otway Mayne ; son-in-law of Sir Frederick Aloysius Weld, G.C.M.G. of 
Chideock. (1884) 

Mayo, Rev. Arthur, B.A., Magdalen College, Oxford ; curate of St Peter's, 
Plymouth, Devonshire ; previous to his taking Anglican Orders he served 
in the Indian Navy and took part in the Mutiny ; his conduct is alluded 
to, in Mr Edward Eraser's Romance of the King's Navy, as follows : "A 
Victoria Cross was awarded to Midshipman Arthur Mayo, for having very 
gallantly headed a charge on November 22, 1857, in an action between 
the Indian Naval Brigade and the mutineer Sepoys of the 73rd Native 
Infantry and the Bengal Artillery. The Naval Brigade on the occasion 
were ordered to charge two six-p'oundera with which the mutineers were 
keeping up a destructive fire. They did so and captured both guns. 
Midshipman Mayo led all the way, a clear twenty yards in advance of 
everybody." (1867) 

Mayo, Mrs Ellen Horser Catherine, nee Baker ; wife of the Rev. 
Arthur Mayo, B.A., Oxon; mother of the Rev. Edward Mayo, a Priest of 
the Society of Jesus and Professor at Beaumont College, Old Windsor ; 
the Rev. Francis Mayo, a Priest of the Society of Jesus and Professor at 
Mount St Mary's College, Chesterfield, Derbyshire ; and of the Rev. Ray- 
mund Mayo, a Priest of the Society of Jesus at Stonyhurst College, 
Blackburn. (1867) 

M 'Christie, Mrs, wife of a former Revising Barrister for the City of 
London. 

M 'Great h. Rev. Mother Mary, of the Convent of Mercy, Crispin 
Street, Spitalfields, London, E. 

M'Donnell, Mrs Mary, daughter of Colonel Hannay ; widow of Captain 
Charles Milford of the Royal Welsh Fusiliers; wife of Colonel John 
M'Donnell, C.B., late of the Royal Artillery. 

t M 'Go wan, General, who served during the Indian Mutiny. 
M'Gree, Miss, a nun at Gibraltar ; daughter of an Anglican clergyman 

M'Kee, Rev. John Reginald, M.A., Exeter College, Oxford; curate 
of SS. Agnes and John the Baptist, Tuebrook, Liverpool. A Priest of the 
Brompton Oratory, London, S.W. (1901) 



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M'Kenna, Miss Alice, daughter of the late William Columban M'Kenna ; 
sister of the Rig it Hon. Reginald M'Kenna, P.O., M.P., President of the 
Board of Education. 

t M'Kenna, Mrs William, granddaughter of Sir Joseph Barrington, 
Bart., of Limerick, founder of the Hospital and Infirmary of that city. 

f M'Kenna, Mrs, of Ballyhea, near Dingle, co. Kerry, Ireland. (1850) 

M'Laren, Dr Agnes, M.D. ; M.R.C.S.L ; Fellow of the Academy of Dublin ; 
Member of the Arcadia of Rome ; Hon. Secretary of the Catholic Medical 
Mission to the Women and Children of India ; member of the International 
Federation for the Abolition of the State Regulation of Vice ; daughter of 
Duncan M'Laren, (1800-1886), at one time M.P. for Edinburgh, and of 
Priscilla, sister of the Right Hon. John Bright, (1811-1889), sister of Sir 
Charles Benjamin Bright M'Laren, M.P. 

t M'Laurin, Julius, at one time Professor of Mathematics at Stonyhurst 
College, Blackburn, Lancashire ; son of the Very Rev. W. C. A. M'Laurin, 
Dean of Moray and Ross. (1850) 

t M'Laurin, Miss Violet, daughter of the Very Rev. W. C. A. M'Laurin, 
Dean of Moray and Ross. (1850) 

t M'Laurin, Very Rev. William C. A., Dean of Moray and Ross. 

(1850) 

t M'Laurin, Mrs, wife of the Very Rev. W. C. A. M'Laurin, Dean of 
Moray and Ross. ' (1850) 

M'Lean, Rev. Hugh, M.A., Cantab., an Anglican clergyman. (1893) 

M'Lean, Miss Jane, formerly a member of Mildmay Association of 
Female Workers in London, then an Anglican Missionary in China. (1876) 

M'Lennpn, Miss Effie Blanche, only child of Alexander M'Lennon, 
of the Union Bank of London. 

t M'Murdie, Rev. Henry Spencer, an Anglican clergyman ; a Priest, 
at one time Professor of Logic and Metaphysics at St Mary's College, 
Maryland, U.S.A. (1848) 

Meady, Richard, of Cloudesley Lodge, Southampton ; son of an Anglican 
clergyman. 

Measures, Robert, of Woodlands, Streatham Common, London, S.W. ; 
father of the Rev. Robert Measures, a Priest, in charge of Our Lady of 
Consolation and St Francis, West Grinstead, Sussex. (1902) 

Mee, Arthur, journalist, scientific and antiquarian writer; editor of 
Cambrian Notes and Queries ; one of the founders of the Astronomical 
Society of Wales ; member of the British Astronomical Association, etc. ; 
son of George Mee, some time Editor of The Bradford Observer. (1902) 

t Meers, Rev. Alfred, B.A., Cantab, curate at Douglas, Isle of Man. 

Mellor, Miss Katharine, only daughter of the Right Hon. Sir John 
Mellor, (1809-1887), P.O., Judge of the High Court of Justice, Queen's 
Bench Division. 



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Mellor, Walter Clifford, Count of the Holy Roman Empire and of the 
Papal Court ; Knight Commander of the Order of St George of Constantino; 
son of Colonel Mellor, M.P. ; son-in-law of the ninth Earl of Galloway. 

Melsom-Smith, Geoffrey, of Sherborne School and Trinity College, 
Cambridge. (1908) 

Mends, Mrs, wife of Captain Mends, R.X. 

Meredith, Rev. William Henry Stewart, B.A., Merton College, 
Oxford ; an Anglican curate. (1887) 

Merewether, Charles James, B.A., Christ Church, Oxford; son of 
the Very Rev. Dr John Merewether, (1797-1850), Dean of Hereford 

t Merewether, Mrs, wife of the Very Rev. Dr John Merewether, (1797- 
1850), Dean of Hereford. 

Merewether, The Misses, daughters of the Very Rev. Dr John 
Merewether, (1797-1850), Dean of Hereford. 

MeriyaSe, Herman Charles, (1839-1906), of Harrow School; B.A., 
Balliol College, Oxford; author and dramatist; son of Herman Merivale, 
C.B., at one time Permanent Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies. 

Merton, Viscount, Hon. Thomas Horatio Nelson, B.A., Keble College, 
Oxford; eldest surviving son of the third Earl Nelson, by Lady Mary 
Jane Diana Agar, (1822-1904), daughter of the second Earl of Norinanton. 

(1896) 

Mesnard, Mrs Sarah Isabel, (1828-1906), daughter of Alderman 
Clay, thrice Mayor of Sunderland ; wife of Charles Leonard Mesnard, 
solicitor, of the same town. 

Metcalfe, John Henry, of Crayke Castle, near Easiugwold, Yorkshire ; 
son of Captain Metcalfe ; grandson of the former Rector of Kirkbride, 
Cumberland. 

Metcalfe, Lieutenant Eric, of the Indian Army. (1902) 

t Metcalfe, Mrs Inez, wife of John Henry Metcalfe, of Crayke Castle. 

Mexborough, The Earl of, (1810-1899), John Charles George Savile, 
fourth Earl; of Eton College; M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge; at one 
time M.P. for Garton and Pontefract; J.P. and D.L. for the West Riding 
of Yorkshire ; grandson of the third Earl of Hardwicke ; son-in-law of the 
third Earl of Orford. (1894) 

Meynell, Mrs Alice Christina Gertrude, the poet and essayist; 
younger daughter of Thomas J. Thompson, M.A., Cantab ; sister of Lady 
Butler, painter of the " Roll Call/' etc. ; mother of Everard Meynell, the 
artist and art critic ; wife of Wilfrid Meynell, journalist and author. 

Meynell, Wilfrid, journalist, was editor of The Weekly Register, and Merry 
England ; Hon. Secretary, with the Duke of Norfolk, of the Manning 
Memorial Committee ; at one time literary adviser to Messrs Burns & Gates ; 
author; contributor to The Tablet, Daily Chronicle, Athenaeum, Academy, 
Saturday Revic-ic-, Illustrated London News, Nineteenth Century, and Con- 
temporary Review, etc. (1870) 



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Meyrick, Rev. Thomas, (1817-1903), scholar, M.A., Corpus Christi 
CoUege, Oxford. A Priest ; author. (1845) 

Mid die mass, Miss Jean, the authoress. 

Middleton, Miss, an Anglican Sister attached to All Saints', Margaret 
Street, London, W. 

Middleton, Rev. Warren B., a Priest-in-charge of The Sacred Heart, 
Bideford, Devonshire. 

t Miers, Captain Ronald C., of the 2nd Somerset Light Infantry, and 
then of the South African Constabulary ; son of Lieutenant-Colonel C. II. 
Miers. 

Miles, Mrs, wife of Francis Miles, of the Admiralty. (1867) 

Miles, Mrs Emily, daughter of Major J. W. G. Spicer, J.P. and D.L., of 
Spye Park, Wiltshire ; sister of Mrs Sophie Dora Maude, wii'e of William 
Cassell Maude, J.P., B.C.L., M.A., Oxon. ; wife of Colonel Charles Napier 
Miles, C.B., M.V.O. ; of Burton Hill, Malmesbury ; Dame of the Malmesbury 
Habitation of the Primrose League ; President of the Soldiers' and Sailors' 
Families Association for Malmesbury ; authoress. (1903) 

Milford, The Lady, (1824-1909), Lady Anne Jane Howard, widow of the 
first Baron Milford, then wife of the late Thomas Joseph Eyre, of Freshford, 
co. Kilkenny, Ireland ; daughter of the fourth Earl of Wicklow ; sister of 
Lady Louisa Frances Lindsay, (1821-1897) ; granddaughter of the first 
Marquess of Abercorn ; a " founder " of Westminster Cathedral 

Mi!l age, Mrs H. Clifford, wife of the late Clifford Millage, an English 
journalist resident in Paris. 

Millar, Miss Muriel, daughter of Lord Craighill, Senator of the College of 
Justice in Scotland. (1903) 

Mi Hard, Christopher, M.A., Keble College, Oxford ; for a time a student 
in the Salisbury Theological College ; author ; son of the Rev. Canon 
Millard, M.A., formerly vicar of Basingstoke, Hampshire. (1897) 

t Miller, James, the publisher, of Edinburgh, N.B. 
Miller, Mrs, of Panmure House, Forfarshire, N.B. 

Miller, Dr Norman H. J., of Rothamstead Laboratory, Harpenden, near 
St Albans, Hertfordshire. (1894) 

Miller, Stephen Peter, (1831-1896), of St Leonards-on-Sea, Sussex ; 
father of the Rev. Bernard Miller, D.D., Ph.D., professor at Oscott College, 
Birmingham, and of the Rev. Edmund J. Miller, Priest-in-charge of St 
Richard, South Street, Chichester, Sussex. 

Mills, Mrs, wife of an Anglican clergyman. 

Mills, B. R. V., B.A., Christ Church, Oxford ; son of Arthur Charles Mills, 
late M.P. for Exeter. 

Mills, Francis M., B.A., Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; son of an 
Anglican clergyman. ( 1609) 






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Mills, Rev. Henry Austin, (1823-1903), B.A., Trinity College, Cambridge. 
A Priest of the Birmingham Oratory. (1846) 

t Mills, Rev. H. E. Stuart, an Anglican rector. A Prieat-in-charge 
of St Mary's, Chepstowe, Monmouthshire. 

Mills, Richard, B.A., Brasenose College, Oxford; solicitor. (1852) 

Mills, Mrs Emma Jane, wife of Richard Mills, B.A., Oxon ; daughter 
of Captain Henry Bowden, (1804-1869), of the Scots Fusilier Guards. (1852) 

Milne, Mrs Gordon, wife of the late Incumbent of St James', Cupar, 
Fifeshire, N.B. (1864) 

Milner, Rev. Henry, B.A., Oxon ; curate of Barnoldswick 

t Milner, Rev. Henry James, M.A., Cantab; rector of Penrith, 
Cumberland. (1846) 

Milner, Rev. Wilfrid Leahy, B.A., St John's College, Cambridge; a 
Redemptorist Priest and Minister at Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, 
Kinnoull Hill, Perth, N.B. (1892) 

Minster, Rev. Thomas, (1813-1852), of King Edward VI's School, 
Coventry ; M.A., St Catherine's Hall, Cambridge ; successively curate of 
Holy Trinity, Coventry ; Hunsingore, near Wetherby, Yorkshire ; 
Incumbent of Farmley Tyas, Yorkshire, and then Vicar of St Saviour's, 
Leeds ; he died in minor orders at St Mary's, Hanley, Worcestershire. (1851) 

Mitchell, Captain, of Beldovie and Balfour, N.B. 

Mitchell, Rev. William Henry, M.A., Trinity College, Oxford; Rector 
of Washford Pyne, Devonshire, and then vicar of Elberton, Gloucestershire ; 
Secretary to the Solesmes Community of Benedictines settled in the Isle 
of Wight ; author. (1902) 

Mitton, Rev. Arthur Tennant, M.A., St Catherine's College, Cam- 
bridge; vicar of Stowmarket and Markyate, Dunstable. (1899) 

t Mivart, Mrs Caroline Georgina, mother of Professor St George 
Jackson Mivart, (1827-1900), the biologist and author. (1846) 

Mivart, Charles Lister, son of the late Mrs Caroline Georgina Mivart, 

(1846) 

Mivart, Mrs Mary Ann, widow of Professor St George Jackson Mivart, 
(1827-1900) ; mother of Dr Frederick St George Mivart, Medical Inspector 
under the Local Government Board. (1856) 

t Moberley, Rev. William, M.A., Cantab ; vicar of Easton. (1851) 

MrS Bernard founder of st Mary's Nursery College, Highgate, 

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Molesworth, Lady Jane Frances, wife of the late Rev. Sir Paul 
William Molesworth, M.A., Cantab; daughter of Gordon William Francis 
Gregor, of Trewarthenick ; a benefactress to the Catholic Mission of 
Newquay. (1852) 

Molesworth, Rev. Sir Paul William, (1821 1889), of Eton College; 

M.A., St John's College, Cambridge; tenth Baronet; rector of Tetcott, 

Devonshire, then a barrister. (1852) 

Molyneux, Miss, a nun of the Canonesses of St Augustine, Hoddeston ; 

formerly an Anglican Sister attached to All Saints, Margaret Street, 

London, W. 

Molyneux, The Hon. Roger Gordon, (1849-1893), of Eton College ; 
Cornet of the 10th Hussars and then Lieutenant of the 1st Dragoon Guards ; 
son of the third Earl of Sefton, Lord-Lieutenant of Lancashire ; grandson 
of Robert Gregge-Hopwood, of Hopwood Hall, Lancashire ; son-in-law of 
William Dickinson, Deputy Finance Minister of Canada. (1892) 

Mqnro, Mrs, wife of the Rev. William Charles Monro, M.A., of King's 
College, London, formerly curate of St Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, W. ; 
and her two children. 

Monsell, Lady Anna, (1818-1855), Lady Anna Maria Charlotte Wyndham- 
Quin ; daughter of the second Earl of Dunraven, K.P. ; wife of the Right 
Hon. William Monsell, P.C., who became first Baron Emly. (1850) 

Montagu, Mrs Annie Margaret, wife of Robert Acheson Cromie 
Montagu, formerly a lieutenant in the Royal Navy, son of the Right Hon. 
Lord Robert Montagu, P.O., M.P., son of the sixth Duke of Manchester ; 
daughter of Gilbert M'MiokLng, of Miltonise, Wigtonshire, N.B. ; sister of 
Lady Henry Primrose. (1880) 

t Montagu, The Hon. Henry, of the Duke of Manchester's family. 

Monteiro, The Baroness Monteiro, an English lady. (1905) 

Monteith, Robert, (1810-1884), J.P., D.L., of Carstairs, N.B. ; M.A., 
Trinity College, Cambridge ; father of Joseph Monteith, J.P., D.L. for 
Lanarkshire ; grandfather of Lieutenant Edmund Monteith, of the Indian 
Army ; of Lieutenant J. Basil L. Monteith, Gordon Highlanders, and of 
the Rev. Robert Monteith, M.A., Oxon., a Scholastic of the Society of 
Jesus, till lately Professor of Mathematics at Stonyhurst College, Blackburn, 
now at St Beuno's College, St Asaph, North Wales. (1847) 

Monteith, Mrs Wilhelmina Catherine Anna, (1819-1884), wife of 
Robert Monteith, (1810-1884), J.P., D.L., of Carstairs, N.B. ; daughter of 
J. Mellish, of Blythe, Nottingham, by the Baroness de Stein, of Nordheim, 
Bavaria, (1847) 

Montgomery, The Hon. Mrs Fanny, (1820-1893), Hon. Fanny 
Charlotte Wyndham ; the authoress ; daughter of the first Baron Leconfield ; 
granddaughter of the third and last Earl of Egremont, and of the Rev. 
William Blunt, M.A., of Crabbet, Crabbet Park, Sussex ; mother of Sybil, 
eighth Marchioness of Queensberry ; wife of Alfred Montgomery, (1814- 
1896), of The Den, Crawley, Sussex, Commissioner of Inland Revenue, son 
of Sir Henry Conyngham Montgomery, first Baronet, who greatly 
distinguished himself in the war with Tippoo Sultan, and was successively 
M.P. for St Michael's, Yarmouth, and co. Donegal. 



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Montgomery, Rev. George, (1818-1871), B.A., Trinity College, Dublin ; 
curate of Castle Knock, Dublin. A Priest and founder of the Catholic 
Mission of St Mary's, Wednesbury, Staffordshire ; author ; son of a former 
Lord Mayor of Dublin. (1843) 

Montgomery, Captain H. F. Lyons, of the Bengal Staff Corps. 

(1891) 

Montgomery, James Wallace, M.A., Trinity College, Dublin ; of 
The Castle, Garvaghy, Aughnacloy, Ireland. (1891) 

Moody, Mrs Ellen, (1824-1908), nee Sedgwick, wife of the Rev. Robert 
Sadleir Moody, (1823-1907), M.A., Oxon. (1854) 

Moody, Rev. Robert Sadleir, (1823-1907), of Eton College ; M.A., 
( 'hrist Church, Oxford ; curate of Aston, Shropshire ; son of the Rev. 
Henry Riddell Moody, M.A., rector of Chartham, near Canterbury, Kent. 

(1854) 

t Moore, Captain, of the Royal Navy. (1849) 

t Moore, Rev. Algernon, B.A., London University ; a Priest ; son of 
an Anglican clergyman. (1858) 

Moore, Charles, M.P., of Mooresfort, co. Tipperary ; father of Count 
Arthur J. Moore, formerly M.P. 

Moore, Charles Harrington, solicitor, of Woodbridge, Suffolk. 

Moore, Right Rev. Clement Harington, (1845-1905), M.A., Christ 
Church, Oxford ; curate of Wantage and St Barnabas, Oxford. A Priest 
and Protonotary Apostolic ; successively chaplain to the Kensington 
Catholic Public School ; assistant- Priest and Administrator of the Pro- 
Cathedral ; Domestic Prelate and Chamberlain to Pope Leo XIII ; founder 
and rector of St Joseph's, Via Santa Caterina, Florence ; son of the Rev. 
Robert Moore, M.A., rector of St Giles', and Prebendary of Salisbury, by his 
wife Sophia Elizabeth, daughter of Robert Henshaw. (1872) 

t Moore, George, solicitor, of Wigan, Lancashire. (1848) 

t Moore, George F., of Latchford House, Cheshire; barrister; Town 
Clerk of Warrington, Lancashire ; son of Dr Moore, of Liverpool. (185-1) 

Moore, Major E. St F., of Woodbridge, Suffolk. 

Moore, Rev. James B., a Priest-in- charge of Our Lady and St Moluog, 
Clova, Lumsden, Aberdeenshire, N.B. 

Moore, Rev. John E., a Priest of the Society of Jesus at Manresa 
House, Roehampton, London, S.W. 

Moore, Rev. Richard, an Anglican Missionary of the Society for the 
Propagation of the Gospel in India. 

t Moore, Rev. Roderick, late of the Civil Service ; a Priest at St 
George's Cathedral, Southwark, London, S.E. 

t Moore, Thomas, son of Captain Thomas Moore, of Liverpool. (1884) 



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Moore, William Hibbert, surgeon, of Woodbridge, Suffolk. 

Moore, Mrs, wife of William Hibbert Moore, of Woodbridge, Suffolk. 

t Mordaunt, John, brother of the former Rector of Beckworth. (1868) 

t Mordaunt, Mrs, wife of John Mordaunt. 

Mordaunt, Miss, daughter of John Mordaunt. (1868) 



Officer. 
Morell, J. Reynell, of the British Museum. 



Morgan, Alfred, Librarian of WalsaU, Staffordshire. 



Mary's, Cadogan Street, Chelsea, London, S.W. 
Morgan, Mrs, of Bryn-y-Garn, St Davids, Wales. 
t Morgan, Rev. Charles, a Priest and Army Chaplain in the Crimea 

and India. 

t Morgan, John, of Latham House, Penwortham. 
Morgan, Miss Mary l.ltyd Superioress of St Michael's Home, 

Treforest, Glamorganshire, South \\ ales. 
Morgan, Thomas, at one time a member of the Llantaram School 

Board. 

t Morland, Rev. Henry, B.A., Hertford College, Oxford; curate^ 
Middle Clayton ; a Priest. 



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SlloMo of , 

State for India. 



Morrell, M.V.O. 



Morris, formerly M.P for the Carmarthen Burghs. 
Morris, David Henry Martin, fifth son of John Morris, of Budding. 
House, Sunbury-on-Thames. 



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Z iSJ ? ^ A '*abeth, wife of Sir George Morris, K.C.B, brother of 
the late Lord Morris, late High Sheriff of Galway, former y MP for 
Galway, Commissioner, and for eight years Vice-President of the Irish 
Local Government Board ; daughter^ David 0'Conenchy, MR 

^Morr^' K^ y Alf bel n ang r i ? h ' wife f the Hon ' Sir E ^ ar ^ Patrick 

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Mowbray, William J., a Wesleyan , author. 

Mowbray, IVIrs, wife of William J. Mowbray. 

Moxon, Charles J., member of the Institute of British Architects. 

Muddiman, J. G., M.A, Exeter College, Oxford ; solicitor. (1897) 

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1 Muldary, Mrs J. Mill, niece of the second Earl of Limerick. 
Mullins, Mrs, wife of Colonel Mull ins. (1881) 

Mulvaney, William, B.A., Trinity College, Dublin; J.P. of Billindaggin, 
Enniscorthy, co. Wexford, Ireland. 

t Munro, Right Rev. Alexander, a Priest, Domestic Prelate to 
Pope Leo XIII, and Provost of the Cathedral of Glasgow. (1838) 

Munro, Rev. Philip Gun, (1825-1901), B.A., Magdalen Hall, Oxford; 
curate at Ware, Hertfordshire. A Priest- in- charge of St John's, Horsham, 
Sussex ; son of the Hoa George Gun Munro, of Grenada, B.W.I. (1852) 

t Munro, Miss, daughter of Lady Doherty. (1845) 

Munroe, Miss, of Seymour Street, Portman Square, London, W. 
Murphy, Mrs, widow of an Irish clergyman ; a nun at Gibraltar. 

t Murray, Lady Agnes, Lady Agnes Graham, eldest daughter of the 
fourth Duke of Montrose, K.T., by the Hon. Caroline Agnes Beresford, 
daughter of the second Baron Decies ; first wife of Colonel John Murray, 
of the Grenadier Guards ; of Polmaise Castle, Stirlingshire, N.B. 

t Murray, Mrs, wife of John Murray, J.P. of Philiphaugh, N.B. 
Murray, John, son of John Murray, J.P. 
Murray, Mrs, wife of John Murray, junr. 

Murray, Miss lone Keith, daughter of Sir Patrick Keith Murray, 
eighth Baronet, by lone Campbell Penney, daughter of the late Hon. Lord 
Kinloch. 

Murray, Johnston, B.A., Edinburgh University, N.B. (1891) 

Murray, Rev. William, M.A., Cantab; late Incumbent at Colchester, 
Essex. 

Myers, Mrs, of Hyde Park Court, London, W. 

Myers, Rev. Frederick, (1829-1906), a Priest of the Society of Jesus, 
and for thirty years in charge of St Peter's, Stony hurst, Blackburn, 
Lancashire ; son of a Liverpool merchant. (1849) 



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Mash, Mrs, wife of the late Rev. Francis Lewis Nash, M.A., Oxon. (1865) 

Nash, Mrs de Lacy, niece of General de Lacy. 

Nasif, Amine, late Director of the Protestant Missions in Cairo, Egypt. 



Neave, John Arthur, B.A., Oxon 

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(1896) 



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Nelson, The Hon. Edward Agar Horatio, fourth son of the third 
Earl Nelson ; was Lieutenant 3rd Battalion Wiltshire Regiment, and served 
in the Nile Expedition ; grandson of the second Earl of Normanton; 
son-in-law of Henry H. Cave, of Horton Crescent, Rugby. (1888) 

Nelson, The Hon. Mrs Ellen, daughter of George William Petty; 
wife of the Hon. Charles Horatio Nelson, (1856-1900), second son of the 
third Earl Nelson, and grandson of the second Earl of Normanton. (1896) 

Nesbitt, Captain, late of the Royal Artillery. 

Nethercott, Miss Maria, the authoress, of Dublin. (1893) 

Neve, Very Rev. Frederick Robert, (1806-1886), of Eton College ; 
M.A., Oriel College, Oxford ; rector of Poole Keynes, near Cirencester, 
Wiltshire. A Priest, D.D. of Rome, at one time Rector of the English 
College, Rome ; then Provost of the Chapter of Clifton Diocese. (1845) 

Nevile, Ralph Henry Christopher, of Eton College; B.A., Trinity 
College, Cambridge ; J.P. for Lincolnshire and Peterborough, formerly 
High Sheriff of Lincolnshire ; only son of Henry Nevile, J.P. and D.L. of 
Walcot Hall, Northampton, and of Ellen, daughter of the Rev. C. Bryan, 
(who afterwards married Weston Cracroft-Amcotts, of Hackthorn) ; 
Bon-in-law of Charles Robert Scott- Murray, of Danesfield. (1871) 

Nevill, Lord William Beau champ, of Eton College ; formerly 
lieutenant Queen's Own (Royal West Kent) Regiment ; A.D.C. to the 
seventh Duke of Marlborough, K.G., when Viceroy of Ireland ; fourth son 
of the first Marquess of Abergavenny, K.G., grandson of the first Baron 
Derwent ; son-in-law of Jose de Murrieta, Marquis de Santurce. (1886) 

Neville, Francis Henry, M.A., Fellow of Sidney Sussex College, Cam- 
bridge ; F.R.S., Lecturer in Physics and Chemistry in the University of 
Cambridge; author. (1904) 

Neville, Mrs, wife of Francis Henry Neville, M.A., Cantab. (1905) 

Neville, Rev. William Payne, (1824-1905), of Winchester College ; 
M.A., Trinity College, Oxford. A Priest of the Brornpton Oratory, and 
Secretary to Cardinal Newman. (1847) 

New, Rev. Francis T., (1830-1896), of King's College, London ; M.A., St 
John's College, Oxford ; curate of St Pancras, London, N.W. ; then a 
solicitor. (1847) 

t New, Colonel Selwyn, of the Madras Army. (1858) 

t New, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Francis T. New, (1830-1896), M.A., Oxon ; 
curate of St Pancras, London, N.W. ; cousin of the Right Rev. Dr Ceoige 
Augustus Selwyn, (1809-1878), Lord Bishop of Lichfield, and of Sir Charles 
Jasper Selwyn, (1813-1869), Lord Justice of Appeal. (1847) 

Newburgh, The Countess, ( 1800-1877), Lady Margaret Kennedy, 
wife of the seventh Ear 1 of Newburgh ; daughter of the first Marquess of 
Ailsa, K.T., F.R.S. (1850) 



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Newcastle, The Duchess of, Henrietta Adela Hope, wife of the 
sixth Duke of Newcastle ; daughter of Henry Thomas Hope, of Deepdene, 
Surrey. (1879) 

Newdigate, Rev. Alfred, of Eton College ; M.A., Christ Church, 
Oxford ; curate of Aylesbury, then vicar of Kirk Hallam, Derbyshire ; 
cousin of Charles Newdigate Newdigate, (1816-1887), M.P. for North 
Warwickshire ; son of Francis Newdigate, J.P., D.L., of Astley Castle, 
Warwickshire, by Lady Barbara Legge, daughter of the third Earl of 
Dartmouth. (1875) 

Newdigate, Mrs Selina Charlotte, wife of the Rev. Alfred 
Newdigate, M.A., Oxon ; daughter of the Rev. Griffith Boynton, M.A., 
rector of Barmston, Yorkshire, son of the ninth Baronet ; mother of the 
Rev. Charles Alfred Newdigate, B.A., (Classical Honours), London 
University, a Priest of the Society of Jesus, and Prefect of Studies at St 
Ignatius' College, Stamford Hill, London, N. ; and of Bernard H. Newdigate, 
B.A., London University. (1875) 

Newell, Rev. Reginald, a Dominican Friar ; now in California, U.S.A. 
Newenham, Major Henry E. B., of the Royal Fusiliers. 




Oxford ; Vice-Principal of St Alban's Hall ; Whitehall Preacher ; vicar of 
St Mary's, Oxford; he was for a considerable time, in conjunction with Dr 
Pusey, the recognised leader of the High Church Party ; he took a prominent 
part in the publication of the Tracts for the Time*, being the author of the 
famous tract "90" ; retired to Littlemore in 18 43. For some time Rector 
of the Catholic University, Dublin ; founder and Superior of the Birming- 
ham Oratory and School ; proclaimed Cardinal-deacon of St George in 
Velabro in 1879 ; poet and author ; son of John Newman, banker, of 
London. (1845) 

Newnham, Captain Frederick George, late of the Bombay 
Army. (1879) 

Newnham, Mrs, wife of Captain Frederick George Newnham. (1879) 
Newton, F., master at the Oratory School, Edgbaston, Birmingham. 
Newton, Lieutenant Robert, of the Royal Navy. 

t Nichol, John Pringle, M.A., Balliol College, Oxford; author of The 
Life of Victor Hugo, and contributor to the Fortnightly Review and the 
Revue des Dtux Mondesi son of Professor John Pringle Nichol, (1804-1859), 
Professor of English Literature in the University of Glasgow. (1894) 

Niche!!, Captain lltyd Thomas Mansel, of the Royal Navy ; son 
of the Right Hon. John Nicholl, M.P., father of the Hon. Bernard Vincent 
Nicholl, an Indian Judge. (1852) 

Nichols, Dr, of London. 
Nicholson, Beckett, solicitor. 






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Nicholson, Miss, of Inglewood, Wimbledon, London, S.W. 

Nicholson, Mrs Constance Ferrers, (1831-1903), wife of the late! 
Major William Nicholson. (1847)1; 

Nicholson, Major William, (1816-1888), of the 3rd Lancashire Militia ; 
Solicitor at Warrington, Lancashire; son of Peter Nicholson, of Thelwalll 
Hall, Cheshire ; author. (1847)1 

Nicholson, Mrs, Lady Principal of the Convalescent Home at Hemel 
Hempstead. (1869)] 

Nicols, Rev. David Charles, (1830-1898), Cross University Scholar, j 
M.A., Peterhouse, Cambridge ; curate of All Saints, Margaret Street, 
London, W. A Priest-in-charge of St Helen's, Ongar, Essex. 

Nightingale, Lieutenant Ernest, (1821-1868), youngest son of Sir 
Charles Nightingale, seventh Baronet ; nephew of the first Baron 
Ellenborough, (1750-1818), Lord Chief Justice of England. (1851) 

t Nightingale, Mrs, wife of Lieutenant Ernest Nightingale, (isi>i 

daughter of Thomas Nimmo ; niece of Sir Thomas Gladstone, second 
Baronet, and of the late Right Hoa William Ewart Gladstone, M.P. 



Nimmo, The Misses, both nuns ; sisters of the late Mrs Nightingale. 

(1856) 

t Noble, Lieutenant John Edmund, of the King's Own Yorkshire 
Light Infantry. 



Noel, Miss, a nun at the Sacred Heart Convent, Roehampton, London, 
S. W. ; daughter of Admiral Sir Gerard Henry Xoel, K.C.B. ; granddaughter 
of the Rev. Augustus W. Noel, M.A., rector of Stanhoe, Norfolk 



Noel, Miss Charlotte, the artist in Water Colours; daughter of Admiral 
Sir Gerard Henry Noel, K.C.B. 

Norfolk, The Duchess of, (1821-1886), Hon. Augusta Mary Minna 
Catherine Lyons, wife of the fourteenth Duke of Norfolk, who was for 
a time M.P. for Limerick ; daughter of Admiral the first Baron Lyons, 
G.C.B., and sister of the first and last Earl Lyons, G.C.B., the diplomatist. 

(1850) 

Norfolk, The Duchess of, (1854-1877), Lady Flora Paulyna Hetty 
Barbara Abney-Hastings ; first wife of the fifteenth Duke of Norfolk, 
K.G. ; daughter of Charles Frederick Abney-Hastings, the first Baron 
Donington, (1822-1895), by Edith Maud Abney-Hastings, (1833-1874), tenth 
Countess of Loudoun. (1875) 

Norgate, Rev. Cecil Francis, curate of St John's, Sutton-on-Plym, 
Plymouth, Devonshire. A Priest (Diocesan Missionary of Our Lady of 
Compassion) at The Close, Saffron Walden, Essex. (1903) 

t Norman, Rev. George B., M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge ; curate 
at W^estoa (1852) 

Norman, Herman Cameron, B.A., Trinity College, Cambridge ; now 
at the British Embassy at Cairo, Egypt. 



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Norris, Rev. Henry, (1840-1906), author and Fellow of the Society of 
Antiquaries. A Priest, for thirty years in charge of St John the Baptist, 
Tamworth, Staffordshire. (I860) 

North, The Lord, William Henry John North, eleventh Baron ; of Eton 
College ; B.A., Christ Church, Oxford ; formerly lieutenant in the 1st Life 
Guards ; Major in the Oxfordshire Hussars ; Colonel of the 2nd Battalion 
Oxfordshire Light Infantry ; A.D.C. to the thirteenth Earl of Eglington 
when Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland ; Knight of Malta ; J.P. for Westminster 
and for counties Oxford, Cambridge, Suffolk, and Middlesex ; County 
Councillor for Oxford ; Vice-President of the Fifteen Club ; only child of 
the tenth Baroness North, and of Colonel the Right Hon. J. S. Xorth, 
M.P. ; grandson of the third Earl of Guilford. (1879) 

North, The Lady, Frederica, wife of Lord North, eleventh Baron ; 
daughter of Commander Eichard Howe Cockerell, of the Royal Navy ; 
mother of Captain the Hon. William Frederick North, J.P. for Oxford, 
late of the 3rd Batt. Norfolk Regiment, and Lieutenant Oxfordshire 
Yeomanry. (1879) 

Northcote, Very Rev. James Spencer, (1821-1907), of Ilmington 
Grammar School ; Scholar, M.A., (First Class in Classics), Corpus Christi 
College, Oxford ; curate of Ilfracombe, Devonshire. After his wife's death 
he became a Priest, D.D. of Rome, President of Oscott College, and then 
Provost of the Cathedral Chapter of Birmingham, in charge of Our Lady 
of Angels and St Peter's Chains, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire ; author ; 
son of George Barons Northcote, of Pemton Court, Honiton, Devonshire, 
and of Somerset Court, Somerset. (1845) 

t Northcote, Miss, a nun ; daughter of the Very Rev. James Spencer 
Northcote, (1821-1907), M.A., Oxon. (1845) 

Northcote, Rev. Philip, of Honiton Grammar School, Hailebury College, 
and Edinburgh Episcopal Training College. A Priest (Servite) on the 
Missions at Begbrooke, Oxford, Dundee, Natal. St Mary's Priory, Fulham 
Road, London, S.W. ; now at Our Most Holy Redeemer, Keyham, 
Devonport, Devonshire; author. 

t Northcote, Mrs Stafford, sister-in-law of the first Earl of Iddesleigh, 
(1818-1887), the statesman and author. (1846) 

Northcote, Mrs Susannah Spencer, (1825-1853), wife of the Very 
Rev. James Spencer Northcote, (1821-1907) ; daughter of Joseph Ruscombe 
Poole, solicitor, of Bridgwater, Somersetshire. (1845) 

t Nutt, The Misses, of Queen's Square, London; two ladies who showed 
much kindness to the "Tractarian" Converts. (1846) 



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OAKELEY, Very Rev. Frederick, (1802-1880), (Chancellor's Prizeman 
for Latin Essay and Ellerton Prizeman) ; M.A., Christ Church, Chaplain- 
Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford ; AVhitohall Preacher ; Prebendary 
of Lichtield ; author ; Incumbent of All Saints', Margaret Street, London, 
W. ; a prominent tractarian. A Priest, Canon of Westminster, in charge 
of St John's, Duncan Terrace, London, N. ; youngest son of Sir Charles 
Oakeley, (1751-1826), first Baronet, a most successful Governor of Madras, 
by Helena, only daughter of Robert Beatson, of Killerie. (1845) 

t Oates, Thomas, the publisher ; at one time a student for Anglican 
Orders. (1851) 

Oates, William Wilfrid, (1828-1876), brother of the late Thomas Oates ; 
master of the Clifton Pro-Cathedral School ; subsequently partner in the 
well-known publishing firm of Burns & Oates; son of George Oates, of 
Horsforth, near Leeds; father of the Rev. Mother Mary Salome, the 
authoress, of St Mary's Convent, Cambridge. (1851) 

O'Brien, Mrs Bertha, wife of James Hevey Archer O'Brien, M.R.I. A. ; 
of St Ita's, co. Dublin, and of Robinrath, co. Meath, Ireland. (1880) 

O'Brien, Miss Charlotte Grace, (1845-1909), the poet, of Ardnoir, 
Foynes, co. Limerick ; daughter of William Smith O'Brien, (1803-1864), 
the Irish Nationalist, of Harrow School, B.A., Trinity College, Cambridge, 
and M.P. for Enm's and Limerick; niece of the thirteenth Lord Inchiquin. 

(1890) 

t O'Brien, Rev. James, M.A., Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge ; vicar 
of Lyneham. (1856) 

O'Brien, The Hon. Louisa Anna Maria, youngest daughter of 
Lucius O'Brien, (1800-1872), thirteenth Baron Inchiquin, by Louisa, 
daughter of Major James Finucane, of Ennistymon House, co. Clare. (1908) 

O'Brien, Mrs Maria, ne'e Procter, formerly an Anglican Sister at East 
Grinstead, Sussex ; wife of F. Lucius O'Brien. (1866) 

O'Brien, Mrs Phillis Isobel, sister of Michael Dawson, B.A., Cantab., 
professor of Music at Stonyhurst College, Blackburn, Lancashire ; wife 
of James Michael O'Brien, of the Civil Service. (1905) 



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O'Brien, Mrs Sophie, the authoress ; daughter of Herman Raffalovich, 
banker, of Paris ; wife of William O'Brien, M.P., foundei of United Ireland 
and The Irieh People. (1890) 

O'Callaghan, The Hon. Mrs RosSna, widow of Edward Charles 
Follett ; wife of the Hon. George Cornelius Gerald O'Callaghan, son of the 
second Viscount Lismore ; daughter of the Rev. William Henry Williams, 
M.A., of Wolverhampton, Staffordshire. (1879) 

O'Connell, Mrs Ellen M., only daughter of Ebenezer Foster, of The 
Elms, Cambridge; wife of the late Daniel O'Connell, M.P. for Tralee, 
youngest son of Daniel O'Connell, (1775-1847), the Liberator. (1875) 

O'Connell, Lady Emily Clunes, daughter of Rear-Admiral Sir 
Richard O'Conor, K.C.B. ; wife of Sir Maurice James O'Connell, second 
Baronet and grandson of the Liberator ; mother of Sir Morgan Ross 
O'Connell, third Baronet, J.P. and D.L., Lord of the Manor of Bally - 
earberry; and of Major James Ross O'Connell, who served in the Dongola 
and Khartoum Expeditions. (1860) 

O'Connor, Mrs, wife of Dr D. M. O'Connor of Worksop. (1883) 

t O'Connor, Rev. Michael, B.A., Trinity College, Dublin; rector of 
Culdoff, Ireland. (1857) 

t O'Conor, Mrs Alice Mary, wife of Charles Matthew O'Conor, J.P. 
and D.L. of Mount Druid, Roscommon, Ireland ; daughter of James Hale, 
of Temple View, Sligo. (1891) 

O'Conor, Mrs Ellen Isabella, daughter of the Rev. W. Kevill-Davies, 
of Croft Castle, Herefordshire ; wife of the late Denis Maurice O'Conor, 
some time M.P. for co. Sligo, and High Sheriff of co. Roscommon. 

O'Conor, Mrs Evelyn, wife of Charles William O'Conor, only son of 
Denis Maurice O'Conor, M.P. for co. Roscommon ; daughter of Admiral 
the Hon. Armar Lowry-Corry, son of the third Earl Belmore. (1906) 

O'Conor, Mrs, wife of Denig Maurice O'Conor, sometime M.P. for co. 
Roscommon ; daughter of the Rev. William Kevill-Davies, M.A., of Croft 
Castle, Hertfordshire. (1878) 

Oddie, Arthur, of Colney House, St Alban's, Hertfordshire. (1876) 

t Oddie, Rev. Claude, a Redemptorist Priest ; son of Captain Henry 
J. Oddie, late of the 15th Regiment. (1876) 

Oddie, Miss Georgina, daughter of Captain Henry J. Oddie, late 15th 
Regiment. (1876) 

t Oddie, Captain Henry H., of the 15th Regiment. (1876) 

Oddie, Mrs, wife of Captain Henry J. Oddie. (1876) 

Oddie, Miss Katherine, daughter of Captain H. J. Oddie. (1876) 

Oddie, Philip, son of Captain Henry J. Oddie. (1876) 



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t O'Donnell, Mrs Margaret, daughter of Captain Thomas Hobson, of 
the 34th Regiment ; niece of Samuel Hobson, LL.D.; wife of J. O'Donnell, 
of Kilbready, Ireland. (1857) 

O p Flaherty, Mrs, wife of Anthony O'Flaherty, at one time M.P. for 
Gal way. 

Ogden, Booth, of Broad bottom, Manchester. (1899) 

Ogilvie-Forbes, Rev. John Charles Matthias, M.A., Keble 
College, Oxford; M.A., Aberdeen University; formerly an Anglican 
Missionary in Colombo, Ceylon ; J.P. and D.L. for Aberdeen shire ; only son 
of Professor George Ogilvie-Forbes, M.A, of P>oyndlie, Eraser biir-h, 
Aberdeenshire, N.B. ; son-in-law of Colonel Lenox Prendergast. (188SJI 

O f Gorman, Mrs, daughter of Dr Mervyn N. Crawford, of Millwood, co. 
Fermanagh, Ireland ; wife of Edmund O'Gorman, of co. Clare. (1860) 

O'Grady, Mrs, of Onslow Square London, S.W. 

Okely, William Sebastian, (1830-1878), scholar, M.A., Trinity College, 
Cambridge; University Travelling Bachelor; author. (18f>7) 

Oldham, Rev. George Alfred, (1820-1875), M.A., Trinity College, 
C Cambridge : curate of Dorking, Sussex. A Priest and founder of St Mary 
Magdalen's, Brighton, Sussex. (18GO) 

Oldmeadow, Mrs Annie Cecilia, wife of Ernest James Oldmeadow; 
daughter of the Rev. Joseph Dawson. (1907) 

Oldmeadow, Ernest James, of King's School, Chester; the novelist 
and musical critic; late editor of The Dome, for four years musical critic of 
The Outlook; was for a time a Nonconformist Minister. (1901) 

Oliver, Miss Lcctitia Selwyn, the authoress; daughter of the late 
Rev. W. M. Oliver, Rector of Bovinger, Essex, and cousin of the late 
Right Rev. Dr J. A. Selwyn, Lord Bishop of Lichfield. . 

Oliphant, Mrs Ruth, wife of Lieutenant Henry Gerard L. Oliphant, 
R.N., son of General Sir Lawrence James Oliphant, M.V.O., by the Hon. 
Monica Mary Gerard, eldest daughter of the first Baron Gerard ; only 
daughter of Rear- Admiral Sir Henry Deacon Barry. 

O'Mahoney, Mrs William, daughter of Colonel Peisley I/Estrange; 
sister-in-law of the Most Rev. Dr Marcus Gervais Beresford, (1801-1885), 
Lord Archbishop of Armagh. 

O 1 Neil, Arthur, B. A., Jesus College, Cambridge. 

Orford, The Earl of, (1813-1894), Horatio William Walpole, fourth Earl, 
of Eton College; B.A., Trinity College, Cambridge; at one time M.P. for 
Norfolk ; J.P.^and D.L. for the same county. (1854) 

Orford, The Countess of, (1819-1886), Harriet Bettina Frances Pellew, 
wife of the fourth Earl of Orford ; daughter of the Hon. Fleetwood 
Broughton Reynolds Pellew, son of Admiral Sir Edward Pellew, G.C. B., 
(1757-1833), who became the first Baronet and first Viscount Exmoutb. 

(1854) 



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Ornsby, Rev. Robert, (1820-1889), M.A., Lincoln College, Fellow of 
Trinity College, Oxford ; First Class in Classics ; successively curate of 
St Olave's, Chichester, Sussex ; tutor to the fifteenth Duke of Norfolk, 
K.G. ; professor of Greek and Latin at the Catholic University College, 
Dublin ; Fellow of the Royal University of Ireland ; author, classical 
scholar and biographer, at one time sub-editor of The Tablet ; brother of 
Rev. George Ornsby, (1809-1886), the antiquarian, M.A., Durham University, 
vicar of Fishlake, and Prebendary of York ; son of George Ornsby, of 
Lanchester, Durham. (1847) 

f Ornsby, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Robert Ornsby, (1820-1889), M.A., Oxon ; 
daughter of William Dalgairns, an officer of Fusiliers who did gallant 
service in the Peninsular War ; sister of the Rev. John Dobree Dalgairns, 
(1818-1876), a Priest of the Brompton Oratory, author of several mystical 
and metaphysical works. (1848) 

Orr, Rev. James, M.A., Oriel College, Oxford ; curate of St James', 
Bristol. (1870) 

Osborne, Rev. Lord Francis George Godolphin, (1830-1907), of 
Eton College; M.A., Magdalene College, Cambridge ; rector of Great Elm, 
near Frome, Somersetshire ; J.P. and D.L. for Berkshire ; second son of 
the eighth Duke of Leeds. (1875) 

Osborne, Lady Katharine Matilda, wife of Lord F. G. G. Osborne, 
(1830-1907) ; daughter of John S. Rich. (1875) 

Osborne, Rev. Riversdale Godolphin, (1848-1892), of Marlborough 
and Wells Theological Colleges ; vicar of Dunston, Lincolnshire ; a Priest 
of the Brompton Oratory, London, S.W. ; son of the Rev. Lord Sidney 
Godolphin Osborne, (1808-1889), B.A., Oxon, rector of Durweston, 
Dorsetshire, by Emily, daughter of the late Pascoe Grenfell, of Taplow ; 
grandson of the eighth Duke of Leeds. (1879) 

O'Shee, Lady Gwendolina, Lady Gwendolina Isabella Anna Maria 
Anson, daughter of the first Earl of Lichfield, (1795-1854), wife of Nicholas 
Poer O'Shee, J.P. and D.L. of Gardenmorris, co. Waterford ; mother of 
Major Richard Alfred Poer O'Shee, R.E., who served in the Benin 
Expedition. (1865) 

t Ostrehan, Miss Georgiana Augusta, a Franciscan nun ; daughte, 

of the Rev. Joseph Duncan Ostrehan, B.A., vicar of Creech St Michael, 
Somersetshire ; relative of Admiral the first Viscount Duncan of Camper- 
down, (1731-1804) ; sister of Mrs Elvira Louisa Mary Lee, (1838-1890), 
wife of the Rev. Dr Frederick George Lee, (1832-1902), vicar of All Saints, 
Lambeth, London, S.E. (1879) 

Ould, Rev. Samuel, the musical composer; a Benedictine Monk (Dom 
Gregory), till lately at Downside Abbey; now at St Benedict's Priory 
Fort Augustus, N.B. (1879) 

Ouseley, Rev. Gideon Jasper Richard, B.A., Trinity College, 
Dublin ; late chaplain to the Rev. Father Ignatius' Community at 
Norwich. (1894) 



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Owen, Mrs Hannah Maria, daughter of James and Sarah Blakey, ) 
of Leeds ; wife of William Owen, of Caledonian House, Leeds, son of i 
William Owen, (1822-1860), of Woodlesford, near Leeds ; mother of Leslie | 
Owen, solicitor and member of the Leeds City Council, and of John j 
Atkinson Owen, civil engineer, surveyor, and lieutenant in the Army I 
Service Corps. (1878) I 

Owen, Mrs Jane Lucinda, (1808-1882), wife of the late Rev. Canon 
Owen, M.A., rector of Llaniestyn, Carnarvonshire, North Wales. (1861) 

Owen, Mrs Mary Hurdus, (1824-1905), wife of William Owen, (1822- i 
1860), of Woodlesford, near Leeds. (1843) I 

Owen, Octavius, son ^of the late Rev. Canon Owen, M.A., of 
Llaniestyn. (1861) 

Owen, William, (1822-1860), of Woodlesford, near Leeds, Yorkshire. (1840) 

f Owen, Rev. William Eddowes, M.A., Emmanuel College, Cam- 
bridge ; curate of Glenogwen, Bethesda, Bangor, North Wales ; son of the 
late Rev. Canon Owen, M.A. A Priest. (1861) 

Owen-Lewis, Mrs Frances Sophia, first wife of Henry Owen-Lewis, 
of Inniskeen, formerly M.P. for co. Carlow ; daughter of Francis ( ( . 
Elsegood, of Upper Brook Street, Grosvenor Square, London, W. (1867) 

Owen-Lewis, Henry, B.A., Trinity College, Dublin ; J.P. and D.L. for 
co. Monaghaii ; M.P. for co. Carlow, High Sheriff of co. Monaghan ; son of 
Lieutenant-Colonel Arthur Owen-Lewis, of Inniskeen ; father of Major 
Arthur Francis Owen-Lewis, D.S.O., late of the Yorkshire Regiment, served 
in the last South African War, now Governor of Sunday's Well Prison, co. 
Cork ; husband of Mrs Frances Sophia Owen-Lewis. (1866) 

Owens, Miss, of The Abbey, North Wales. (1885) 

Oxenfbrd, John, (1812-1877), dramatist and translator of many plays 
from French, Spanish, Italian, and German ; poet, and for more than a 
quarter of a century dramatic critic to The, Times. (1876) 

Oxenham, Rev. Henry Nutcombe, (1829-1888), of Harrow School ; 
M.A., r>alliol College, Oxford; curate of St Bartholomew's, Moor Lane, 
London, E.C. A Priest, at one time Professor at St Edmund's College, 
Oldhall, Ware, Hertfordshire ; and at the Oratory School, Edgbaston, 
Birmingham; author and translator of Dollinger; son of the Rev. William 
Oxenham, M.A., second Master at Harrow School. (1857) 

Oxenham, Miss, a nun ; daughter of the Rev. William Oxenham, M.A., 
second Master at Harrow School. (1858) 



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PACKMAN, William Vance, of Linden Gardens, London S. W. ; formerly 
editor of The Church Review ; Organising Secretary of the Midland District 
of the English Church Union ; now editor of various trade journals ; 
founder and organiser of the Apostolate of the Press, the Fraternal Society 
of Converts and of the Historical Research Society; son of Dr Augustus 
T. Vance Packman, of Folkestone, Kent. (1887) 

Packman, Mrs, wife of William Vance Packman. (1890) 

Page, The Hon. William Humphrey, of Winchester College ; late 
Indian District Judge and for sometime member of the Tasmanian 
Legislature ; Knight of St Gregory the Great ; Private Chamberlain to 
Pope Pius X. (1878) 

Page, Mrs, wife of the Hon. W. H. Page ; daughter of Richard Pope, of 
Bonchurch, Isle of Wight. (1878) 

Paget, Commander Claude, of the Royal Navy, formerly Inspecting 
Officer of Coast Guard at Deal ; took part in the Abyssinian Expedition 
in 1868 ; second son of Colonel Leopold Grimston Paget, (1824-1892), by 
Georgiana Theodosia, daughter of the Rev. John Fitz Moore-Halsey M.A. 
of Gaddesden Park, Hertfordshire ; grandson of the Hon. Berkeley Paget, 
fifth son of the first Earl of Oxbridge and brother of the first Marquess of 
Anglesey. (1887) 

Paget, Mrs Elizabeth, of Portland Place, London, W. (1857) 

Paget, Miles, (1854-1882), son of Captain Catesby Paget, (1809-1878), by 
Adelaide, (his second wife), daughter of the Rev. the Hon. Miles John 
Stapleton, (1801 -1830), third son of the twenty-second Baron Le Despencer ; 
son of the Hon. Berkeley Paget, fifth son of the first Earl of Oxbridge and 
brother of the first Marquess of Anglesey. (1881) 

Paget, Miss Ruth Anna, (1852-1903), daughter of the late Captain 
Catesby Paget. (1894) 

Paine, Rev. Arthur Heintz, M.A. Trinity College, Cambridge ; curate 
of St Margaret's Liverpool. A Priest at St James', Manchester Square, 
London, W. (1896) 

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Pakenham, The Hon. and Rev. Charles Reginald, (1821-1857), 
of Winchester College ; lieutenant of the 72nd Highlanders and of the 
69th Regiment, then Captain of the Grenadier Guards and A.D.C. to 
Queen Victoria. A Passionist Priest and Rector of the Retreat, Harold's 
Cross, Dublin; son of the second Earl of Longford ; grandson of the first 
Earl Beauchamp ; nephew of the first Duke of Wellington, E.G. (1850) 

Paley, Frederick Apthorp, (1815-1888), of Shrewsbury School ; M.A. 
St John's Collide, Cambridge; classical author; at one time Professor of 
Classics at the Catholic University College, Kensington, London, W. ; son 
of an Anglican rector of Easing wold, Yorkshire ; grandson of the Venerable 
William Paley, (1743-1805), Archdeacon of Carlisle and author of The 
Evidences of Christianity. (1846) 

Paley, Rev. J. P., a member of an Anglican Brotherhood. 

Palgrave, William Gifford, (1826-1888), of Charterhouse School; B. A., 
Trinity College, Oxford ; diplomatist and author ; was for a time a 
member of the Society of Jesus, and a Missionary in Syria and Arabia ; 
son of Sir Francis Palgrave, (1788-1861), the historian ; brother of Francis 
Turner Palgrave, (1824-1897), the poet and critic. (1853) 

Palles, IVIrs, of Canada, wife of Andrew Palles, brother of the Right Hon. 
Lord Chief Baron Palles, P.C. (1888) 

Palmer, Lieutenant-Colonel, of Alnwick, Northumberland. 

Palmer, Rev. Charles Ferrers Raymund, (1819-1900), of Tamworth 
Grammar School and Queen's College, Birmingham ; a surgeon. A 
Dominican Friar at St Dominic's Priory, Haverstock Hill, London, N.W. ; 
author ; son of Dr Shirley Palmer, (1786-1852), the medical writer. (1842) 

Palmer, Rev. Frederick William, a Priest of the Order of Charity 
at St Albans, East Moors, Cardiff, South Wales. 

Palmer, Sir James Frederick, (1804-1871), first President of the 
Legislative Council of Victoria, Australia ; author ; son of the Rev. John 
Palmer, M.A., rector of Great Torrington, Devonshire ; great-nephew of 
Sir Joshua Reynolds, (1723-1792), the portrait painter. (1860) 

Palmer, Right Rev. John Bernard, (1782-1852), a Cistercian Monk 
and first Mitred Abbot of Mount St Bernard, Leicestershire ; author. 

(1806) 

Palmer, William, B.A., Worcester College, Oxford. 

Palmer, Rev. William, (1811-1879), of Rugby School; M.A., Fellow, 
tutor of Magdalen College, Oxford ; author, theologian and archaeologist ; 
son of the Rev. William Jocelyn Palmer, M.A., rector of Mexbury ; brother 
of Sir Roundell Palmer, (1812-1895), Lord High Chancellor of England, 
and first Earl of Selborne ; he travelled extensively in the East, before his 
conversion, with the object of drawing together the bonds of union between 
the English and Oriental Churches. (1857) 

Palmer, William Z., M.A., Brasenose College, Oxford. 

t Parfitt, Mrs Anna, and family. (I860) 



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Parfitt, Right Rev. Charles, (1816-1886), a Priest, Protonotary 
Apostolic, D.D. of Koine, and Canon Theologian of the Diocese of Clifton ; 
son of the above. (1839) 

Parker, Rev. Ernest Neville, of King's College, London ; B.A., Durham 
University ; missionary under the Society of the Propagation of the Gospel 
at Lebomba, chaplain of Waddington Hospital, Clitheroe, Lancashire, then 
curate of St Bartholomew's, Bethnal Green, London, E. (1901) 

Parker, The Hon. Mrs Fanny Emma, daughter of Captain W. 
Baldwin, late of Dunedin, New Zealand; wife of the Hon. Edmund 
William Parker, son of Thomas, (1811-1896), sixth Earl of Macclesfield, 
by Lady Mary Frances Grosvenor, daughter of the second Marquess of 
Westminster. (1899) 

Parker, Miss Gwendoline Mary, daughter of the Hon. Edmund 
William Parker, son of the sixth Earl of Macclesfield. (1904) 

Parker, Rev. Henry Marty n, of Epsom College, M.A., Lincoln College, 
Oxford; curate of St Bartholomew's, Brighton, Sussex. A Priest of the 
Society of Jesus, successively in Jamaica, Bristol, Great Yarmouth, St 
Beuno's College, St Asaph, North Wales ; now at St Mary's Hall, Stony- 
hurst ; son of a Liverpool medical man. (1877) 

Parker, Sir Henry Watson, (1825-1894), solicitor, at one time 
President of the Incorporated Law Society ; head of the firm of Messrs 
Parker, Garrett & Parker, of Cornhill, London, E.G. (1848) 

Parkinson, Claude, B.A., Jesus College, Oxford. 

Parkinson, Rev. Thomas Brown, (1819-1904), scholar, M.A., 
Queens' College, Cambridge ; Incumbent of St Mary's, Wakefield, York- 
shire. A Priest of the Society of Jesus, for many years in charge of St 
Edmund's, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk ; then at St Mary's Hall, Stonyhurst, 
Blackburn, Lancashire. (1851) 

Parr, Mrs Harriet, (1828-1900), the novelist who wrote under the now 
de guerre of " Holm Lee." 

Parr, Mrs Luisa, (1849-1903), the novelist; wife of Dr George Parr, of 
Kensington, London, W. 

Parry, Rev. Charles Edward, (1826-1894), B.A., Cantab; curate of 
St Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, W. A Priest. (1854) 

Parry, Edward, (1827-1897), of London and Ramsgate, Kent. 

Parry, Mrs Mary, (1828-1901), ne'e Holdsworth ; sister-in-law of the 
Rev. Charles Edward Parry, B.A., Cantab, a Priest. (1855) 

Parry, M. Sidney, of University College, Oxford; formerly Hon. 
Secretary of Newman House, Kennington, London, S.E. (1887) 

Parsons, Rev. Daniel, (1811-1887), of Sherborne School; M.A., Oriel 
College, Oxford ; curate of Marden, Wiltshire, then of St James', Longton ; 
son of the Rev. John Parsons, M.A., vicar of Sherborne, Sussex. (1843) 



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Parsons, Mrs Gertrude, (1812-1891), the novelist ; contributor to 
The Lamp, Once a Week, Notes and Queries, London Society, etc., wife of the 
Rev. Daniel Parsons, (1811-1887), M.A., Oxon ; fourth daughter of Captain 
John Hext, of Trenarran, Cornwall, by Elizabeth, youngest daughter of 
Thomas Stainforth, of Liverpool. (1844) 

Partridge, Mrs, wife of Professor Richard Partridge, (1805-1873), F.R.S., 
for thirty years surgeon at King's College Hospital, London, holding all 
the chief posts at the Royal College of Surgeons ; mother of John Bernard 
Partridge, the artist, on staff of Punch. 

Patmore, Coventry Kersey Deighton, (1823-1896), the poet and 
essayist ; contributor to The Germ, the pre-Raphaelite organ and to The 
St James' Gazette ; founder of "the Church of Our Lady Star of the Sea ; son 
of Peter George Patmore, (1786-1855), author and editor of The New 
Monthly Magazine ; father of Henry John Patmore, (1860-1883), the poet. 

(1864) 

t Patmore, Mrs Marianne Caroline, second wife of Coventry 
Patmore, (1823-1896), the poet and essayist ; daughter of the Right Hon. 
Sir John Barnard Byles, (1801-1884), Lord Justice of the Common Pleas. 

(1865) 

Patmore, Dr Tennyson Deighton, till lately resident physician at 
Wormwood Scrubbs Prison, London, W. ; son of Coventry Patmore, (1823- 
1896), the poet, by his first wife Emily Andrews, the original of The 
Angel in the House. (1865) 

Patterson, Rev. George Hare, Unitarian Minister of Stanhope Street 
Church, Belfast, Ireland. (1898) 

Patterson, Miss Gwendoline Josephine, daughter of the Rev. 
George Hare Patterson. (1898) 

Patterson, Right Rev. Dr James Laird, (1822-1902), M.A. Trinity 
College, Oxford ; curate of St Thomas, Oxford. At one time President of 
St Edmund's College, Old Hall, Ware, Hertfordshire ; then Bishop of 
Emmaus. (1852) 

t Patterson, Major-General William Thomas Laird, of the 

91st Highlanders ; brother of the Right Rev. Dr James Laird Patterson, 
(1822-1902), M.A. Oxon, Bishop of Emmaus. (1866) 

t Patterson, Mrs, mother of the Right Rev. Dr James Laird Patterson, 
(1822-1902), and of General Patterson. 

Patton, Richard Winsloe, of Newton College, South Devon; B.A. 
Magdalene College, Cambridge ; now Headmaster of St Anthony's Pre- 
paratory School, Eastbourne, Sussex ; second son of Lionel Patton J.P. 
of Yarcombe Manor, near Chard, Devonshire ; son-in-law of Major George 
Elliot Salter. (1893) 

Paul, Mrs, mother of the Rev. Canon James Paul, a Priest in charge of 
St Andrews', Braemar. Aberdeenshire, N.B., and of the Rev. John Paul, a 
Priest-in- charge of St Thomas, Keith, Banffshire, N.B. 



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Paul, Rev. Charles Kegan, (1828-1902), of Eton College ; M.A. Exeter 
College, Oxford ; for some time Assistant-Master at Eton ; curate of Great 
Tew and Bloxham, then vicar of Sturminster, Dorsetshire ; head of 
the well-known publishing firm ; author. (1890) 

Paul, William Frederick, of the Colonial Office. 

Paulet, Stuart Etienne, of Dunvegan, Isle of Skye, N.B. ; son of the 
Rev. Charles X. Paulet, M.A., of Scarborough, Yorkshire. (1874) 

f Pauli, Captain William P., of the Royal Navy : then of the Consular 
Service at Buenos Ayres, South America. (1866 

Paul*, Mrs, wife of Captain William B. Pauli, R. N. (1866) 

Pauling, George Craig Saunders, engineer and contractor for 
Railways and Public Works. (1892) 

t Pauling, Mrs Edith Kate, second wife of George Craig Saunders 
Pauling ; and children. (1890) 

t Pauling, Henry Richard, M.I.C.E. ; of Holland Villas Road, 
London, S.W. ; brother of the preceding. (1893) 

I Paulucci, The Marchesa, an English lady. 

Paxton, Henry Alfred, of Charsley Hall, Oxford ; son of General 
Paxton, of Midhurst, Sussex. (1889) 

Payne, Mrs Alice, wife of the Rev. John Orlebar Payne, M.A., Cantab ; 
daughter of the Rev. Joseph Stevenson, M.A., (1806-1895), who after his 
wife's death became a Priest of the Society of Jesus. (1863) 

Payne, Arthur George, B.A. Peterhouse, Cambridge. 

Payne, Captain J.B. 

Payne, Mrs, of Brighton, Sussex ; and her two sons. (1877) 

Payne, Mrs, of Cromwell Place, London, S.W., and family. 

Payne, Rev. John Orlebar, M.A., Peterhouse, Cambridge : curate of 
Linsdale, Buckinghamshire ; is on the Council of the Catholic Record 
Society; editor of Old English Catholic Missions, Catholic Non-Jurors of 
1715, Records of the English Catholics of 1715, etc. (1877) 

Paynter, Major Alfred, late of the 96th Regiment ; son of a former 
President of St John's College, Oxford. (1881) 

Peacock, Edward, of Dunstan House, Lincoln ; J.P. for Lincolnshire ; 
author and Fellow of the Society of Antiquarians ; son of Edward S. 
Peacock, of Bottesford Manor, Kirton-in-Lindsey. 

Peacock, Mrs Lucy Anne, wife of Edward Peacock, J.P., F.S.A. ; 
daughter of John Swift Wetherell, of New York. 

Peacocke, Miss Harriet Elizabeth, sister of Sir Joseph Peacocke, 
Bart. 



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Pearce, Rev. Thomas George, B.A., Trinity College, Cambridge ; an 
Anglican clergyman. 

Pears, Lancelot, B.A., Exeter College, Oxford. (1906) 

Pearse, Captai n, of the Royal Navy. 

Pearse, Major Sydney Arthur, late of the Indian Army; second 
eon of the late Major E. O. Pearse, J.P., D.L., of Bryn Celyn, Beaumaris, 
North Wales, and of Jane Elizabeth, daughter of Henry Williams, of Tre 
Arddur and Tre Castell, Anglesey. (1893) 

Pearse, Miss, daughter of the Rev. John Gilbert Pearso, M.A., vicar of 
All Hallows, Essex. (1896) 

t Pearson, Rev. Edward, a Priest and Canon. 

Pearson, Miss Emma, nurse of the Red Cross Society during the 
Franco-Prussian War; authoress and traveller; daughter of a British 
officer. (1876) 

Pearson, Rev. John, M.A., Queen's College, Oxford; an Anglican 
clergyman. 

Peart, Dr, J.P., of Kildare, Ireland. 

Peel, Miss, sister of Sir Lawrence Peel, (1799-1884), Chief Justice of 
Calcutta, nephew of Sir Robert Peel, (1750-1830), first Baronet. (1850) 

Peel, Edmund, of Ton bridge School, son of Sir Lawrence Peel, (1799- 
1884), Chief Justice of Calcutta. (1850) 

Peel, Miss Emily, daughter of Sir Lawrence Peel, (1799-1884), Chief 
Justice of Calcutta. (1850) 

Peel, William, son of Sir Lawrence Peel, (1799-1884), Chief Justice of 
Calcutta. (1850) 

Peirce, Admiral. 

Pelham-Clinton, Lord Albert Sidney, (1845 1887), of Eton College; 
fourth son of the fifth Duke of Newcastle, K.U. ; grandson of the tenth 
Duke of Hamilton. (1884) 

Pelham-Clinton, Lady Emily Augusta Mary, daughter of the 
sixth Duke of Newcastle ; wife of Prince Alfonzo Doria Pamphilj, of the 
Palazzo Doria, Rome. (1879) 

Pelly, Rev. Frederick W., educated at Oxford and Cambridge ; 
formerly Principal of St John's College, Qu'Appelle, Canada ; Secretary of 
the Propagation of the Gospel Society ; vicar of Pellichamps, then rector 
of St Andrew's Episcopal Church at Norwich, Conn. ; son of Admiral 
Pelly, of the Royal Navy. (1896) 

Pelly, Mrs, wif e of the Rev. Frederick W. Pelly ; and three children. (1896) 






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Pemberton, Max, of Merchant Taylors' School ; M.A., Caius and 
Gonville College, Cambridge ; author, was on the staff of Vanity Fair, 
first editor of Chums ; J.P. for Suffolk ; editor of Cassell's Magazine ; son of 
Thomas Joshua Pemberton, and Catherine, daughter of Thomas Fisher, of 
the Woodlands, Staffordshire. 

f Pennee, Madame, of Canada; writer on religious subjects ; daughter 
of William Ward, (1787-1849), M.P. for London and Director of the Bank 
of England ; sister of Dr William George Ward, (1812-1882), the theologian 
and philosopher. (1848) 

Pennell, Mrs Croker, daughter of Sir William Follet, Bart. 
Penned, Miss, daughter of Admiral Pennell. 

Penney, Mrs, wife of Arthur 0. Penney, of Ingrave Road, Brentwood, 
Essex. (1908) 

t Penny, Rev. William Goodenough, M.A., Christ Church, Oxford ; 
curate of Dorton and Ashenden, Essex. A Priest of the Oratory. (1844) 

Pen rice, Dr. 

Pen rice, Mrs, wife of Dr Pern-ice. 

Pen tony, Mrs, wife of Dr Pentony, of Middlesborough, Yorkshire. (1890) 

Pepper, John Henry, (1821-1900), of King's College, London ; A.I.E.S., 
F.C.S., Professor of Chemisty and Lecturer at the Royal Polytechnic, 
Regent Street, London, W. ; author. 

Pepys, Lady Mary, daughter of the third Earl of Cottenham; grand- 
daughter of Sir Robert Charles Dallas, second Baronet. (1895) 

Perceval, Lady Jessie, wife of Sir Westby Brook Perceval ; daughter 
of the Hon. John Johnston, member of the Legislative Council, of 
Wellington, New Zealand. (1880) 

t Perceval, Mrs Sarah Brook, wife of Westby Hawkshaw Perceval; 
daughter of Dr John Bailey, of Brooklands, Great Oakley, Essex. (1874) 

Perceval, Sir Westby Brook, K.C.M.G., of Christ's Collegiate 
Grammar School, Christ Church, New Zealand, and Stonyhurst College, 
Blackburn, Lancashire ; barrister ; formerly Agent-General in London for 
New Zealand and Tasmania ; Knight Commander of St Gregory the Great. 

(1874) 

Perceval, Westby Hawkshaw, late of Knightsbrook, co. Meath, and 
of Carrick-makegan, co. Leitrim, Ireland ; then of Rangiora, New Zealand ; 
father of Sir Westby Brook Perceval. (1874) 

Perceval, The Misses, daughters of an Anglican clergyman; one a 
nun. 

Perram, George James, C.I.E., chief Engineer of the Public Works 
Department at Shillong, Assam ; father of Lieutenants George and Henry 
Perram. 



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Perring, Cyril Augustine, son of the Rev. Arthur Perring, M.A., vicar 
of Norton-by-Daventry, Northamptonshire. (1898) 

Perry, Captain, late of the 36th Regiment. 
Peterkin, Reginald, the artist in stained glass. 

Petheram, Lady Isabel Christine, (1828-1907), daughter of Major- 
General Sir William Congreve, second Baronet, the inventor of the 
" Congreve Rockets ". (1889) 

Petheram, The Hon. Sir William Comer, K.O. ; late Chief 
Justice of the North West Provinces, India, and then of the High 
Court of Bengal ; husband of the preceding ; son of William Petheram of 
Pinhoe, Exeter, Devonshire. * (1889) 

Petre, The Lady Audrey, wife of the fourteenth Baron Petre; daughter 
of the Rev. Canon William Robinson Clark, D.D., M.A., vicar of Taunton 
and then President of the Royal Society of Canada ; sister-in-law of the 
thirteenth Baron Petre who was the first priest to sit in the House of 
Lords since the Reformation. (1881) 

Petre, Lady Catherine, (1832-1882), Lady Catherine Howard, 
daughter of the fourth Earl of Wicklow, K.P. ; granddaughter of the first 
Marquess of Abercorn K.G. ; wife of the Hon. Arthur Charles Augustus 
Petre, son of the eleventh Baron Petre ; mother of Lawrence Joseph 
Petre, Fellow of the Royal Meteorological Society and of Miss Maude 
D. Petre, the philanthropist, authoress and "founder" of Westminster 
Cathedral. (1856) 

Petre, The Hon. Mrs Elsie, wife of the Hon. Albert Henry Petre, 
sixth son of the eleventh Baron Petre; daughter of the Rev. William 
Robinson Clark, D.D., vicar of Taunton, then President of the Royal 
Society of Canada ; sister of the fourteenth Baroness Petre. (1883) 

Petre, The Hon. Mrs Georgian a, (1826-1868), wife of the Hon. 
Frederick Charles Edmund Petre J.P. of Oak Hurst, Essex, son of the 
eleventh Baron Petre ; daughter of Sir Christopher Musgrave, ninth 
Baronet, of Eden Hall, Cumberland; sister of Augusta, second Countess of 
Stradbroke. (1849) 

Petre, Mrs Maud Ellen, wife of Francis Loraine Petre, son of the Hon. 
Edmund George Petre, (1829-1889), fifth son of the eleventh Baron 
Petre ; daughter of the Rev. W. C. Rawlinson M.A. rector of Chedburgh, 
Suffolk. (1887) 

Peuleve, Augustus Albert, manager of the Royal Theatre, Bury St. 
Edmunds, Suffolk ; member of an old Huguenot family. 

Phelan, Colonel, of the Indian Army. (1894) 

Phelan, Mrs, wife of Colonel Phelan ; and family. (1894) 

Phibbs, Miss Isabella Mary, the authoress ; daughter of Colonel 
Richard Phibbs, of Rutland Gate, London, S. W., and Spotfield, co. 
Sligo. (1883) 



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Philips, John, the publisher. 

t Philipps, Mrs Caroline Henrietta, daughter of Captain H. J. 
Lacon, of the Eoyal Navy, of Goldrood, Ipswich, Suffolk ; niece of Sir 
Edmund Henry Knowles Lacon, third Baronet, and late M.P. for North 
Norfolk. (1882) 

Philipps, Owen Charles, B.A., Trinity College, Cambridge ; husband 
of the late Mrs Caroline Henrietta Philipps ; son of Charles Philipps, of 
Barham Hall, Suffolk; son-in-law of the late Captain Lacon, R.N. (1882) 

Philipps, Miss Henrietta, daughter of Sir Thomas Philipps, F.S.A., 
F.R.S. ; first Baronet. 

Phillimore, John Swinnerton, of Westminster School ; M.A., Tutor, 
Christ Church, Oxford ; First Class Classical Moderations, First Class 
Literse Humaniores ; won the Hertford Craven and Ireland University 
Scholarships ; Chancellor's Prizeman for Latin Verse. Now Professor at 
Glasgow University, author ; member of the Council of the Liberal League ; 
on Council of proposed Catholic College for Women at Cambridge ; con- 
tributor to The Dublin Review ; son of the late Admiral Sir Augustus 
Phillimore, K.C.B., J.P. for Hampshire, by Harriet, daughter of the Hon. 
George Matthew Fortescue, (1791-1877), M.P., second son of the first Earl 
Fortescue. (1905) 

Phillimore, Commander Valentine Egerton Bagot, of the 

Royal Navy ; served in China in 1900, and after Tientsin was awarded 
the D.S.O. ; son of Admiral Sir Augustus Phillimore, K.C.B., by Harriet 
Eleanor, daughter of the Hon. George Matthew Fortescue, (1791-1877), 
M.P., son of the first Earl Fortescue ; grandson of Lady Louisa Elizabeth 
Ryder, daughter of the first Earl of Harrowby. (1898) 

Phillipps-Treby, Rev. Edward Mowbray, M.A., St Mary's Hall, 
Oxford ; J.P. for Cornwall ; rector of Boscastle, Cornwall. (1895) 

Phillipps-Treby, Miss, sister of the Rev. Edward Mowbray Phillipps- 
Treby, M.A., Oxon. (1895) 

Phillips, Miss Gertrude, a nun; daughter of the Rev. George Philip 
Phillips, M.A., an Anglican clergyman. 

Phillips, Mrs Lucy, wife of the Rev. George Philip Phillips, M.A. ; 
sister of the Very Rev. Dr Charles John Vaughan, (1816-1897), Dean of 
Llandaff, and at one time Master of the Temple, and Headmaster of 
Harrow School. 

t Phillips, Major. (1848) 

Phillips, Robert Biddulph, M.A., Trinity College, Oxford; D.L. and 
High Sheriff, of Longworth, Herefordshire. (1851) 

Phillips, Mrs, wife of Robert Biddulph Phillips, M.A., Oxon. (1851) 

t Phillpotts, Miss, niece of the Right Rev. Dr Henry Phillpotts, (1778- 
1869), Lord Bishop of Exeter. 



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Phillpotts, Miss Clara, granddaughter of the Right Rev. Dr Henry 
Phillpotts, (1778-1869), Lord Bishop of Exeter. 

Pidcock, Rev. Hugh, scholar, B.A., Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; 
curate of St Mary's, Paddington, London, W. After his wife's death he 
became a Priest of the {Society of Jesus in the Irish Province. (1882) 

t Pidcock, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Hugh Pidcock, B.A., Cantab. (1882) 
Pigot, M rs, wife of Rev. T. Pigot, vicar of Morthoe, N. Devon. 

Pigott, Miss Harriet, (1766-1839), niece of Robert Pigott, (1736-1794), 
the food and dress reformer. 

Pigott, William, solicitor, oi Portarlington, Ireland. 

Pinder, Mrs J. Bourne, daughter of Andrew Bathgate, of Liverpool. 

Pitman, Mrs, wife of Dr Pitman, of Highgate, London, N. ; and her four 
children. 

Pittar, Mrs Fanny Maria, (1813-1890), author of Conversion by My Bible 
and Prayer Book ; wife of John Pittar, of Westminster ; and three children 
among whom was the Rev. John Pittar, (1837-1889), a Priest of the Society 
of Jesus at Galashiels, X.B. (1842) 

Pitts, William, of Elton ; formerly organist of the Brompton Oratory, 
London, S.W. 

Place, George Godfrey, barrister, of Dublin. 

Plater, Edward Angelo, (1834-1897), of Marlborough College ; of the 
War Office ; Fellow of the Royal Horticultural Society ; musician and 
author ; son of the Rev. Charles Eaton Plater, M.A., vicar of River, near 
Dover, Kent ; father of the Rev. Charles Dominic Plater, M.A., Pope's 
Hall, Oxford, of the Society of Jesus, and author, at St Beuno's College 
St Asaph, North Wales. (1851J 

Platt, Rev. Joseph Dominic, (1824-1879), of Leicester; a Dominican 
lay-brother at Woodchester Abbey, Gloucestershire. (1842) 

t Plowden, Mrs Dorothea, daughter of George Griffiths Phillips, M.P., 
of Cwmgwilly, Carmarthenshire, Wales ; wife of Francis Peter Plowden, 
LL.D. 

t Plowden, Sir Trevor John, of the Indian Civil Service; K.C.S.I ; 
son-in-law of Basil Fitzherbert, J.P. and D.L. of Swynnerton. 

Plowden-Wardlaw, Mrs Edith, wife of James Plowden-Wardlaw, of 
Edenbridge, Kent ; daughter of the late Campbell of Craigie, N.B., D.L., 
at one time M.P. for the Ayr Burghs. (1898) 

Plowden-Wardlaw, James, M.A., King's College, Cambridge; 
barrister ; Advocate of the Supreme Courts of the Transvaal and Cape 
Colony ; late Public Prosecutor of Pretoria, and J.P. in the Transvaal ; 
in 1901 he assumed in Chancery the additional surname Plowden ; eldest 
son of James Campbell Wardlaw, and his wife Augusta Chichell Plowden. 

(1902) 



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t Plues, Miss Mary Margaret, Superioress of the Ladies' Home, 
Kensington Square, London, W. ; a nun at the Convent of St Maur, 
Wevbridge, Surrey ; daughter of the Rev. William Plues, M.A., of Ripon, 
Yorkshire. (1866) 

t Plumer, Rev. John Julius, M.A., Fellow, Balliol College, Oxford ; 
an Anglican curate. (1846) 

Plummer, Richard, solicitor, of Falmouth, Cornwall. 

Plummer, Mrs, wife of Richard Plummer. 

Pollard, Arthur R., solicitor, of Llandrindod, Wales. 

Pollard, William Henry, of Rugby, Warwickshire. (1892) 

Pollen, Rev. John Hungerfbrd, (1820-1902), of Eton College; M.A., 
Christ Church, Fellow of Merton College, Oxford ; curate of St Saviour's, 
Leeds, Yorkshire ; F.S.A. ; member of the Royal Academy of Madrid and 
of the Archaeological Society of Belgium ; official editor, Science and Art 
Department, South Kensington Museum ; Cantor Lecturer, Society of Arts, 
1885 ; sometime Professor of Fine Arts at the Catholic University College, 
Dublin ; author ; second son of Richard Pollen, of Rodbourne, Wiltshire ; 
uncle of Sir Richard Hungerford Pollen, fourth Baronet. (1852) 

Pollen, Mrs Maria Margaret, wife of the Rev. John Hungerford 
Pollen, (1820-1902), M.A., Oxon ; daughter of the Rev. John Charles La 
Primaudaye, M.A., rector of Lavington-cum-Graffham, Sussex ; mother of 
the Rev. John Hungerford Pollen, a Priest of the Society of Jesus at The 
Immaculate Conception, Farm Street, Berkeley Square, London, W. ; of 
Lieutenant Walter Hungerford Pollen, (1860-1889), of the Royal Engineers ; 
of the Rev. Anthony Cecil Hungerford Pollen, a Priest of the Birmingham 
Oratory; of Commander Francis Gabriel Hungerford Pollen, of the Royal 
Navy, who served in the Gordon Relief Expedition and in Burma ; of the 
Rev. George Hungerford Pollen, a Priest of the Society of Jesus at the 
Immaculate Conception, Farm Street, Berkeley Square, London, W. ; of 
Arthur Joseph Hungerford Pollen, M.A., Oxon, barrister ; of Captain 
Stephen Hungerford Pollen, late of the Duke of Edinburgh's (Wiltshire) 
Regiment, A.D.C. to Viceroy of India, 1894-1898, served in South 
Africa, son-in-law of Sir John Muir, first Baronet ; of Clement Hungerford 
Pollen, F.G.S., formerly assistant private secretary to Sir Ambrose Shea, 
K.C.M.G., when Governor of the Bahamas ; of Miss Anne Mary 
Hungerford Pollen, a nun of the Sacred Heart, in London, and of Miss 
Margaret Pollen. (1851) 

Pollen, Mrs Maud Beatrice, wife of Arthur Joseph Hungerford 
Pollen, son of the Rev. John Hungerford Pollen, (1820-1902), M.A., Oxon ; 
daughter of Sir Joseph Lawrence, of Oaklands, Henley, Surrey, one of 
the principal and earliest pioneers of the Manchester Ship Canal, and 
formerly M.P. for Monmouth. (1898) 

Pollen, Sir Richard Hungerford, (1815-1881), third Baronet; of 
Eton College, and Christ Church, Oxford; J.P. for Wiltshire. (1852) 

Pollend, Dr George E., of Corby, Lincolnshire, 



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Pomeroy, The Hon. Esther Caroline, daughter of the fifth Viscount 
Harberton ; granddaughter of the Rev. Sir John Robinson, Bart. 

Poock, Rev. Ansel m, a Priest, D.D., of Rome, formerly at Salford 
Cathedral, now Rector of St Bede's College, Manchester ; a well-known 
preacher and lecturer. (1886) 

Poole, Miss, daughter of Charles Henry Poole, B.L. Oxon ; a nun. 
Poole, Charles Henry, B.L., St Alban's Hall, Oxford. 

t Poole, Mrs Charlotte Anne, wife of James Ruscombe Poole, solicitor. 

(1845) 

Poole, Miss E., daughter of Charles Henry Poole, B.L., Oxon; a nun. 

Poole, Rev. James Arthur, B.A., Trinity College, Dublin ; curate of 
St John's, Miles Platting, Lancashire. (1877) 

Poole, James Ruscombe, (1818-1890), solicitor, of Brockley Court, 
Somersetshire. (1845) 

Poole, Miss L., daughter of Charles Henry Poole, B.L., Oxon ; a nun. 

t Poole, Rev. Louis Henry, a Brother of Mercy at St Mary's Schools, 
North Hyde, Middlesex. (1864) 

Pope, Miss Amy M., the authoress; daughter of the Hon. W. H. Pope, of 
Prince Edward Island. 

Pope, Frederick, M.A., Wadharn College, Oxford; son of the Rev. 
Septimus Pope, MA., rector of Chiston, Somersetshire. (1874) 

Pope, Miss Georgina F., Royal Red Cross ; she accompanied the 
Canadian contingents as nurse in the South African War ; daughter of 
the Hon. W. H. Pope, of Prince Edward Island. 

Pope, Rev. John, (1837-1908), a Priest of the Society of Jesus at St 
Mary's Hall, Stonyhurst, Blackburn, Lancashire ; son of the Rev. F. S. W. 
Pope, M.A., vicar of St Ninian's ; nephew of the Most Rev. Dr Richard 
Whately, (1787-1863), Protestant Archbishop of Dublin. (1857) 

Pope, Rev. John O'Fallon, M.A., Christ Church, Oxford. A Priest of 
the Society of Jesus, and Master of Pope's Hall, Oxford; son of Dr 
Charles Alexander Pope, of St Louis University, U.S.A. ; grandson of 
Colonel John O'Fallon, of the Revolutionary War, and one of the founders 
of St Louis ; brother-in-law of Colonel Francis Baynham Vaughan, of 
Courtfield, Herefordshire. 

Pope, Joseph, C.M.G., Under-Secretary of State of Canada since 1896 ; 
was Private Secretary to Sir J. Macdonald, 1882-91 ; author; son of the 
Hon. W. H. Pope, of Prince Edward Island ; son-in-law of Sir Henri T. 
Taschereau, brother of the Cardinal. 

Pope, Miss, sister of the Very Rev. William Pope, (1825-1905), M.A., 
Cantab, curate of Seven F.ridges, Bolton, then a Priest and Canon at 
Harrogate. (1855) 



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Pope, Miss L., sister of the Very Rev. William Pope, (1825-1905), 
Cantab. (1855) 

Pope, Miss S., sister of the Very Rev. William Pope, (1825-1905), M.A., 
Cantab. (1855) 

Pope, Rev. Richard Vercoe, (1830-1903), B.A., London University ; 
Missionary of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in India. For 
a considerable time Master at the Oratory School, Edgbaston, Birmingham ; 
father of Frank Pope, (1874-1907), F.R.C.S., M.R.C.P. 

Pope, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Richard Vercoe Pope, (1830-1903), niece of 
the Very Rev. Dr Charles John Vaughan, (1816-1897), Headmaster of 
Harrow School, Master of The Temple, then Dean of Llandaff. 

Pope, Rev. Thomas Alder, (1819-1904), Fellow-Commoner of Jesus 
College, Cambridge; curate, and then rector of St Matthias', Stoke 
Newington, London, N., in succession to his father-in-law the Rev. 
Archdale Wilson Taylor, M.A. A .Priest of the Birmingham Oratory ; 
author; son of Thomas Pope, of Plymouth, Devonshire. (1854) 

Pope, The Very Rev. William, (1825-1905), of St Peter's School, York ; 
M.A., Christ College, Cambridge ; curate of Seven Bridges, Bolton, 
Lancashire. A Priest and Canon in charge of Our Lady and St Robert's, 
Harrogate, Yorkshire ; son of the Rev. F. S. W. Pope, M.A., vicar of St 
Ninian's ; nephew of the Most Rev. Dr Richard Whately, (1787-1863) 
Protestant Archbishop of Dublin. (1853) 

Pope-Hennessy, Lady Catherine, only daughter of Sir Hugh Low; 
widow of Sir John Pope-Hennessy, (1834-1891), K.C.M.G., sometime 
Governor of Mauritius, then M.P. for North Kilkenny ; now wife of 
Edward Francis Thackwell, of Rostellan Castle, co. Cork ; mother of 
Lieutenant-Colonel Ladislas H. Pope-Hennessy, D.S.O., Commandant of 
the 4th King's African Rifles. (1868) 

Portarlington, The Countess of, (1810-1874), Lady Alexandrina 
Octavia Maria Vane - Tempest- Stuart ; wife of the third Earl of 
Portarlington, K. P. ; second daughter of the third Marquess of London- 
derry, (1778-1854), KG., G.C.B., G.L.H., Colonel of the 2nd Life Guards, 
a distinguished General and diplomatist; sister-in-law of the seventh 
Duke of Marlborough, (1822-1883), KG., D.C.L., for four years Lord- 
Lieutenant of Ireland. (1876) 

Porter, Lieutenant-Colonel Geoffrey M., of the Royal Engineers, 
at one time Master of the Mint, (Calcutta, India ; he served in the last 
Afghan War. (1901) 

Porter, Mrs, wife of Colonel Geoffrey M. Porter, R.E., and family. (1901 
t Potter, Miss Ann, of Tuam, Ireland. (1852) 

t Potter, Dennis R., solicitor ; senior Proctor of the Ecclesiastical 
Court of Tuam; father of the above. (1852) 

t Potter, Dennis, of Tuam ; son of the late Dennis R. Potter. (1852 ) 



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Potter, Miss Edith, only daughter of Thomas Bayley Potter, (1817-1898), 
JM'.P. for Rochdale and founder and first Secretary of the Gobden Club ; son 
of Sir Thomas Potter, (1773-1845), founder of the Manchester Guardian 
and first Mayor of Manchester. 

Potter, Norman F. J., of St Paul's School, London, W. ; B.A., Exeter 
College, Oxford ; founder and director of St Hugh's Home for Boys, Clapham 
Park, London, S.W. ; St Francis' Cottage, Amberley, Gloucestershire ; St 
Vincent's Cripples' Home, Kings Avenue, Clapham Park; The Fisher 
Institute, Rose Court, Dockhead, Bennondsey, London, S.E. (1904) 

Potter, Rev. Thomas, (1827-1873), M.A., Merton College, Oxford; 
poet and author ; an Anglican clergyman ; son of Thomas Bayley Potter, 
(1817-1898), M.P. for Rochdale ; grandson of Sir Thomas Potter, (1773- 
1845), first Mayor of Manchester. (1847) 

t Potter, Rev. Thomas, a Priest of the Society of Jesus. 

Potter, Rev. Thomas Joseph, (1828-1873), a Priest and Professor of 
Belles Lettres and Sacred Eloquence at All Hallows' College, Dublin; 
author ; son of George Potter, of Scarborough, Yorkshire. (1848) 

Potts-Chatto, Mrs Katherine Elizabeth, wife of Denis Potts- 
Chatto, of the Daison, St Marychurch, Torquay, Devonshire ; daughter of 
the late General Charles Curtis Drury, by his wife Charlotte Anne, daughter 
of Captain Henry Charles Dyer, R.N. ' (1892) 

Powell, Mrs, daughter of Captain J. Lumsden, of Clova, Aberdeenshire, 

Powell, Rev. Arthur Went worth, B.A. Corpus Christi College, 
Cambridge ; rector of Disserth, Radnorshire, Wales. Now Private 
Secretary to the ninth Earl of Denbigh ; nephew of Bishop Basil Jones, of 
Washington, U. S. A. (1894) 

Powell, Rev. Edward, B.A., scholar of Magdalen College, Oxford; 
curate of Sedburgh. (1865) 

Power, Samuel Massy, son of Richard Power, of Ballinakill House, 
Ballingarry, Ireland; grandson of George Massy, J.P. of Glenwilliam 
Castle, Ballingarry, co. Limerick. (1897) 

Powles, Lewis David, barrister. 

f Pow nail, Arthur, architect; father of the Rev. Arthur H. Pownall, 
a Priest and Missionary Rector of The Assumption, Warwick Street, 
Golden Square, London, W. (1846) 

Pownall, Frederick Hyde, (1832-1907), of Rugby School; architect, 
of Cross Deep, Twickenham, Middlesex ; County Surveyor for Middlesex ; 
son of Henry Pownall, J.P., of Spring Grove, Isle worth, Middlesex. 

Pownall, Mrs Jane, (1833-1883), wife of Frederick Hyde Pownall, 
(1832-1907), the architect ; mother of the Rev. Bernard H. Pownall, a 
Priest-in-charge of The Holy Ghost and St Stephen, Ashchurch Grove, 
Shepherd's Bush, London, W. 



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Pownall, Henry William, (1*21-1908), of Whitford House, St 
Margarets, Twickenham ; their brother. 

Poyer, The Very Rev. Monsignor Charles, of Haileybury 
College ; a Priest, successively Professor at the Tnstitut Goin-Lambert, 
Rouen ; Vicaire of St Remain and Aumonier de 1'Assomption, Minor 
Canon of Rouen ; Private Secretary to Cardinal Vaughan (1832- 
1903) ; Private Chamberlain to Pope Leo XIII ; Chaplain of Tyburn 
Convent, Marble Arch, London, W. ; formerly Secretary of the Ladies of 
( 'harity ; Member of the Committee of the British Institute of Social 
Service ; Director of St Vincent : s Musical Society. (1880) 

Poynter, William Edward, M.A., M.L., Queens' College, Cambridge. 

Powys, The Hon. Stephen, B.A., Trinity Hall, Cambridge ; together 
with his friend, Ernest Reuter Wyatt-Davies, (1862-1907), M.A., Trinity 
College, Cambridge, he presented the altar and reredos for the Catholic 
Chapel for members of the University at Llandaff House, Cambridge; 
son of the fourth Baron Lilford. (1898) 

t Pratt, Mrs Harriet Agatha, nee Lethbridge; the poet and 
authoress. (1835) 

Prendergast, Colonel Lenox, (1830-1907), of the Royal Scots 
Greys ; served with distinction in the Crimean War ; J.P., member of the 
first London School Board ; son of the Hon. Guy Lenox Prendergast, 
member of the Supreme Council of Bombay. 

Prendergast, Mrs Marion, wife of Colonel Lenox Prendergast, 
(1830-1907), daughter of Neill Malcolm, of Poltalloch, N.B. ; mother of 
Major Gerald Neill Prendergast, late of the King's Royal Rifles, served in 
the Gordon Relief Expedition, and in the last South African War ; and of 
Commander Edmund James Prendergast, of the Royal Navy. 

Prendergast, Mrs Violet, wife of Commander Edmund James 
Prendergast, R.N., younger son of Colonel Lenox Prendergast, (1830- 
1907) ; daughter of Charles Pratt-Barlow. 

t Prentis, Captain William Taylor, of the Royal Scots Greys. 
Prentis, Mrs, nee Morphew ; wife of Captain William Taylor Prentis. 

Press, William Henry, at one time editor of the Bury Free Press-, 
author ; son of Captain B. M. Press. (1890) 

t Press, Mrs, wife of William Henry Press ; daughter of Frederick Wood, 
banker, of Weston-super-Mare, Somersetshire. (1890) 

Prestage, Edgar, of Radley College; B.A., Balliol College, Oxford; 
solicitor ; Examiner in Portuguese to the London University ; Knight of St 
Thiago ; editor and translator of various Portuguese works ; member of 
the Lisbon Royal Academy and of the Lisbon Geographical Society; only 
son of John Edward Prestage; son-in-law of Goncalves Crespo, the 
Portuguese poet. (1886) 

Prestage, Mrs Elizabeth M., of Manchester; wife of John Edward 
Prestage ; mother of Edgar Prestage, B.A., Oxon. (1884) 



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t Prestage, Miss Et held red a, daughter of John Edward Prestage. 

(1884) 
t Prestage, Franklin, railway engineer in India. (1897) 

Preston, Mrs, wife of Thomas Preston, uncle of the fourteenth Viscount 
Germans ton. 

Preston, Mrs Blanche Margaret, wife of William Massey Preston, 
J.P. for co. Cork; daughter of Lieutenant -Colonel J. H. Wyatt, C.B., 
J.P. for co. Carnarvon. (1906) 

t Prestwich, Miss, sister of Sir Joseph Prestwich, (1812-1896), F.R.S., 
the geologist and author. 

Prevost, Rev. Pierre Guillaume, of College de Geneve; Heidelberg 
University; M. A., Downing College, Cambridge ; a Priest, and till recently 
Cathedral Chaplain of Westminster, now in charge of SS. Mary and Jude, 
Johnson's Place, Lupus Street, Westminster, S.W.; son of J. L. Prevost, 
M.A., M.D., Professor of Physiology at the University of Geneva. (1903) 

Price, Rev. Edward, (1805-1858), a Presbyterian. A Priest at the 
Sardinian Chapel, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, W.C. ; author and for a 
time editor of Dolman's Magazine. (1825) 

Price, Thomas, of Mayfield Lodge, Cashcl, Ireland. (1866) 

Prickett, Mrs Anna Maria, daughter of Sir Charles Smith -Dods worth, 
fifth Baronet ; wife of Colonel George Prickett, of Boreas Hall, near Hull, 
Yorkshire. 

Priest, Rev. Burnett Charles, (1853-1888), of St Augustine's College, 
Canterbury, Kent. A Dominican Friar, Classical Master and Prefect at 
the Dominican College at Hinckley, Leicestershire ; author ; eldest son of 
Captain Priest, of the Royal Navy. (1876) 

Priest man, Mrs, of Benwell House, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

Prime, Rev. Francis, a Redemptorist Priest and Minister at St Joseph's, 
Kingswood, Bristol. 

Primrose, Lady Helen Mary, wife of Sir Henry William Primrose, 
K.C.B., C.S.I., chairman of the Board of Inland Revenue, grandson of 
the fourth Earl of Rosebery K.T. and of the first Viscount Anson ; daughter 
of Gilbert McMickling, of Miltonise, Wigtonshire, N.B. (1899) 

Prior, Arthur Richard, B.A., Balliol College, Oxford. 

Prismall, Captain Edwin, of the 2nd V.B. Duke of Cambridge's 
Middlesex Regiment ; late of Brentford, London, W., now of Windsor ; 
and family. (1897) 

Prismall, Mrs, wife of Captain Edwin Prismall. (1880) 

Pritchard, Miss, a nun ; daughter of the Rev. Professor Pritchard, M.A., 
an Anglican clergyman. 



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Pritchard, Mrs C. H-, daughter of the Rev. Henry Stewart, B.A., Trinity 
College, Dublin, an Irish clergyman. 

Probyn, Miss Juliana Mary Louisa, (1856-1909), poet, authoress 
and contributor to The Messenger of the Sacred Heart and to Stella Maris ; 
daughter of the Rev. Julian Probyn, of Court Hill, Potterne, Wiltshire. 

(1883) 

Procter, Miss Adelaide Anne, (1825-1864), the poet ; daughter of 
Bryan Waller Procter, (1787-1874), "Barry Cornwall," the poet and 
biographer of Charles Lamb. (1849) 

Procter, The Misses, younger daughters of Bryan Waller Procter, 
(1787-1874), the poet. 

t Proctor, Rev. Richard, a Christian Brother, on the staff of St 
Joseph's College, Clapham, London, S.W. (1870) 

Prole, Mrs, wife of the Vicar of Alborough. (1893) 

Prosser, Alfred A., solicitor, of Aberdeen, KB. (1894) 

Prothers, George, B.A., Brasenose College, Oxford. 

Prower, Nelson, M.A., Brasenose College, Oxford ; at one time professor 
at St Mary's Training College, Hammersmith, London, W. (1897) 

Pryor, Alfred Reginald, (1839-1881), of Tonbridge School; B.A., 
University College, Oxford ; botanist and author ; F.L.S. ; bequeathed 
60,000 for Catholic educational purposes ; son of Alfred Pryor, of Hatfield, 
Hertfordshire. (1859) 

Puckle, Bertrand Saward, the artist; founder of the Newman Art 
Gallery, and of the Guild of Decorators. (1905) 

Puckle, Mrs Caroline Georgiana, (1832-1907), wife of Major William 
Puckle. (1899) 

Puckle, Miss Evelyn, daughter of Major William Puckle. (1898) 

Pugin, Augustus Welby Northmore, (1810-1852), of Christ's 
Hospital, London ; architect, ecclesiologist and writer ; his reputation 
lies chiefly in his chronological position as a Gothic architect; son of 
Augustus Charles Pugin, (1762-1832), a French architect, archeeologist and 
architectural artist. (183-1) 

t Pugin, Mrs, nee Burton, second wife of the above. (1839) 

Purbrick, Rev. Edward, of Christ Church, Oxford ; author. A Priest 
of the Society of Jesus, at one time Rector of Stonyhurst and Wimbledon 
Colleges, and Provincial in England and America; now at The Holy 
Name, Manchester. (1850) 

Purbrick, Rev. James, (1828-1900), of Christ Church, Oxford. A 

Priest of the Society of Jesus at Stonyhurst College, Blackburn, Lancashire ; 

elder brother of the Rev. Edward Purbrick, a Priest of the Society of 

Jesus. (1850) 

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Purcell, Lady Alice Fanny, wife of Sir John Purcell, K.C.B. ; daughter 
of Captain Charles Leighton Kennet. (1868) 

Purcell, Mrs A. W., the actress, best known as Flora Myers. (1877) 

Purcell, Mrs Jane, wife of Edmond Sheridan Purcell, the journalist, 
author and biographer of Cardinal Manning ; youngest daughter of Sir 
Francis Desanges, the last Baronet ; mother of Edmond Desanges Purcell, 
barrister. 

Purcell, Mrs R. Lindsay Dillon, aunt of Major Frederic Carne Rasch, 
M.P. for Essex. 

Purdon, Rev. James, a Priest-m-charge of Our Lady of the Angels, 
Worthing, Sussex. 

Purdue, William, (1833-1896), the architect ; son of Thomas Purdue, of 
Somerset House, and of Ringwood, Hampshire. (1865) 

Pybus, Mrs, granddaughter of the sixth Earl of Coventry. 

Pye, Captain Charles Colquhoun, (1834-1872), youngest son of 
the late Henry John Pye, Lord of the Manor of Clifton and Ilaunton ; 
brother of the Rev. Henry John Pye, (1827-1903), M.A., Cantab, rector 
of Clifton Campville, Staffordshire, and Lord of the Manor of Clifton and 
Haunton. (1868) 

Pye, Miss Elizabeth Marianne, youngest daughter of the late Henry 
John Pye, Lord of the Manor of Clifton and Haunton ; sister of the Rev. 
Henry John Pye, (1827-1903), M.A., Cantab. (1897) 

Pye, Mrs Emily Charlotte Mary, only daughter of the Right Rev. 
l)r Samuel Wilberforce, (1805-1873), successively Lord Bishop of Oxford and 
Winchester ; granddaughter of William Wilberforce, (1759-1833), the states- 
man, philanthropist and slave emancipator, and of the Rev. John Sargent, 
M.A., Oxon, rector of Lavington-cuin-Graffham, Sussex ; wife of the Rev. 
Henry John Pye, (1827-1903), M.A., Cantab, Lord of the Manor of Clifton 
and Haunton. (1868) 

Pye, Rev. Henry John, (1827-1903), of Eton College; M.A., Trinity 
College, Cambridge ; curate of Cuddeston, then rector of Clifton Campville, 
Staffordshire; Lord of the Manor of Clifton and Haunton ; barrister ; J.P. 
for Staffordshire ; eldest son of the late Henry John Pye, Lord of the 
Manor of Clifton and Haunton ; grandson of Henry James Pye, (1745-1813), 
M.A., D.C.L., Oxon, and poet laureate. (1868) 

t Pym, Mrs, wife of R. Ruthven Pym, the philanthropist and junior 
partner in Coutts' Bank. 

Pynsent, Miss Katie, a Benedictine nun and abbess; daughter of the 
late Mr Justice Pynsent, D.C.L. 

Pynsent, Miss Maude, a Benedictine nun ; sister of the above. 

Pyrrell, Mrs Dora, daughter adoptive of Mrs Anne Ramsden Bennett, 
niece of Sir Thomas Gladstone, and of the Right Hon. William Ewart 
Glacis tone, four times Premier of England. (1870) 



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QUEENSBERRY, The Marquess of, Percy Sholto Douglas, ninth 
Marquess ; formerly midshipman in the Royal Navy ; then Lieutenant in 
the King's Own Scottish Borderers. (1908) 

Queensberry, The Marchioness of, (1823-1904), Caroline Margaret, 
wife of the seventh Marquess of Queensberry, P.O. ; daughter of General 
Sir William Robert Clayton, K.C.B., fifth Baronet, a distinguished 
Waterloo Officer, and M.P. for Great Marlow ; mother of the late Lady 
Florence Dixie, and of the Very Rev. Lord Archibald Douglas, a Priest 
and Canon at St Patrick's, Troon, N.B. (1862) 

Quill, John Jerome, Wellington College ; B.A., Clare College, Cam- 
bridge. (1903) 

t Quill, Mrs Margaret, wife of Albert William Quill, M.A., Trinity 
College, Dublin, author and poet ; daughter of the Rev. James P. Chbte, 
rector of Ballyheigue, co. Kerry, Ireland. 

Quin, Mrs, (1840-1896), of Whitelands, Clapham, London, S.W. (1870) 



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t RABNETT, Miss, of Clifton Lodge, Hanwell, Middlesex. (1842) 

Radcliffe, Captain Godfrey Edward Allaster, formerly of the 
West Yorkshire Regiment ; son of Sir Joseph Radcliffe, second Baronet. 

Radcliffe, Mrs Geraldine Mary, wife of Captain Godfrey Edward 
Allaster Radcliffe; daughter of the late Anthony George Wright Biddulph, 
of Burton Park, Petworth, Sussex. 

Radcliffe, Sir Joseph Perceval Pickford, (1825 -1908), third 
r.aronet, of Rudding Park, Yorkshire; B.A., St Catherine's Hall, 
Cambridge ; J.P. for Staffordshire and the West Riding of Yorkshire ; 
son-in-law of Sir Edward Doughty Tichborne, ninth Baronet. 



Radcliffe, Miss Louisa, of Morehampton House, Donnybrook, Ireland 

t Radolinksi, Countess Lucy, wife of the Prussian peer and 
diplomatist ; daughter of Colonel Thomas Henry Wakefield. 

Raffalovich, Mark Andre, author and contributor to foreign journals ; 
son of Herman Raffalovich, banker, of Paris ; brother of Mrs William 
O'Brien, wife of William O'Brien, M.P., leader of the Independent 
Nationalists. 

Rains, Dr John, of Manchester. 

Ram, Mrs Abel, wife of the third son of Stephen Ram, D.L. of Ramsfort, 
Gorey, co. Wexford, Ireland. 

Ram, Mrs Blanche Loft us, the novelist, wife of Arthur Archibald 
Ram, (1852-1905), fourth son of Stephen Ram, D.L. of Ramsfort, Gorey, 
co. Wexford, Ireland ; daughter of A. Loftus Tottenham, M.P., of 
Glenfarne Hall, co. Leitrini, Ireland. (1898) 

Ram, Stephen, (1820-1899), D.L. of Ramsfort, Gorey, co. Wexford, 
Ireland. (1855) 

Ram, Mrs Mary Christian, (1823-1880), nee Casamajor ; wife of the 
late Stephen Ram ; and family. (1855) 

t Ram, Stephen James, of Eton College ; an officer in the Scots 
Guards ; eldest son of the late Stephen Ram. (1856) 



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Ramsay, Right Rev. David Shaw, (1825-1906), of Edinburgh 
University; at one time Major in a Canadian troop of cavalry. A Priest, 
Domestic Prelate to Pope Leo XIII, at Salford Cathedral, for several years 
in charge of St Bede's, South Shields, then retired to his estate at Kilkenzie, 
Magog, Quebec, Canada ; son of David Ramsay of Grimmet, Ayrshire, 
N.B. ; brother of the late Hon. Thomas Kennedy Ramsay, Judge of the 
Supreme Court of Quebec and Montreal : nephew of General Sir James 
Shaw Kennedy, (1788-1865), K.C.B., who fought with distinction at 
Waterloo. (1859) 

Ramsay, Rev. Henry Havelock, of King's College School, London; 
M.A., Exeter College, Oxford; Vice-Principal of Wells Theological College. 
A Benedictine Monk (Dom Leander), and Headmaster of Downside College, 
near Bath, Somersetshire. (1896) 

Ramsay, James, (1786-1856), the artist and portrait painter. (1825) 

Ramsey, Rev. Charles George, B.A., Cantab ; an Anglican clergy- 
man. 

Ramsey, Mrs George Dalhousie, of Edinburgh, N.B. 

Randall, Rev. Giles, a member of the Brotherhood of the Common Life, 
an Anglican Society at Ramsgill, Yorkshire. (1887) 

Randolph, Rev. Edmund, (1821-1892), M.A., Jesus College, Cambridge ; 
vicar of St Clement's, Cambridge ; son of the Rev. Herbert Randolph, 
M.A., rector of Latcombe Basset, Berkshire. (1857) 

Randolph, IVIrs Georgiana Harriet, wife of the Rev. Edmund 
Randolph, (1821-1892), M. A, Cantab ; daughter of Colonel Francis Sherlock, 
of the 4th Dragoon Guards ; mother of Edmund Randolph, the architect 
and novelist. (1857) 

t Randolph, Lieutenant, of the Royal Xavy. (1849) 

Ranken, George Elliot, (1828-1889), of Eton College ; M.A., scholar of 
University College, Oxford ; captain of the Royal Glamorgan Artillery ; 
Private Chamberlain to Popes Pius IX and Leo XIII ; for fifteen years 
editor of The Tablet (1851) 

t Ranken, Mrs, wife of George Elliot Ranken, (1823-1889), M.A., Oxon ; 
daughter of the Rev. H. W. Buckley M.A., rector of Hartshorne, Derby- 
shire ; and family, among whom is Miss Teresa Elliot Ranken, Hon. 
Secretary of St Gregory's Reading Union. (1847) 

Rann, Rev. Richard Edward, (1830-1903), M.A., Queen's College, 
Oxford ; vicar of Thatcham, Buckinghamshire. (1866) 

Ransford, Edward, B.A., St John's College, Cambridge. (1885) 

Rasch, Miss, cousin of Major Frederic Carne Rasch, M.P. for Essex. 

t Rasche, Miss, of Blandford Square, London, W. (1851) 

Ratcliffe, Rev. William Henry, M.A., Oxon; curate of St Mary 
Magdalene's, Paddington, London, \V. 



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t Rathbone, Mrs, wife of Captain Wilson, (1748-1831), C.B., of the 
Royal Navy, rising from the ranks. 

Raupert, Rev. J. Godfrey, successively curate at Leyton, Essex ; 
Christ Church, Beckenham, Kent ; then incumbent of a Proprietary Chapel 
in Bath, Somersetshire ; author and lecturer. (1895) 

Ravenscrofi, Humphrey, Solicitor of Lincolns' Inn, London, W.C. 

t Ravens worth, The Countess of, Emma Sophia Georgiana 
Denman, second wife of the second Earl of Ravensworth ; widow 
of Captain Oswin ( Jumming Baker-Cresswell ; daughter of the Hon. 
Richard Denman, son of the second Baron Denman. (1879) 

Rawes, Rev. Henry Augustus, (182G-1885), of Houghton-le-Spring 
Grammar School; M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge; curate of St 
Botolph's, Aldgate, London E.G., then warden of the House of Charity, 
Soho, London, W. A Priest, (Oblate of St Charles), D.I), of Rome, at St 
Mary of the Angels, Bayswater, London, W. ; poet and author. (1856) 

Rawlinson, Miss, daughter of the Police Magistrate. 

t Rawlinson, Thomas, M.A., Oxon ; brother of Sir Henry Creswicke 
Rawlinson, (1810-1895), the first Baronet, a distinguished Orientalist; 
father of John Francis Alexander Rawlinson, Knight of the Order of Pius; 
and of the Rev. Stephen Rawlinson, a Benedictine Monk (Dom Bernard) 
at Downside Abbey, Bath. (1861) 

Rawlinson, Mrs, wife of Thomas Rawlinson, M.A., Oxon ; and family. 
Rawson, Miss, Hon. Organist of St Mary Magdalene, Chiswick, London, W. 
Rawson, Charles, architect of Rotherham, Yorkshire. 

Raymond-Barker, Mrs Elizabeth, the authoress; wife of the Rev. 
Frederick Mills Raymond-Barker, M.A., J.P. of Bisley, Gloucestershire, 
nephew of the Rev. Dr Edward Bouverie Pusey, (1800-1882) ; daughter of 
William Hackett, of Aylestone Hall, Liecestershire; and family, among 
whom is the Rev. Charles Raymond-Barker, B.A., London University, 
author, musical composer, and a Priest of the Society of Jesus at Our 
Lady of the Assumption, Rhyl, North Wales. (1867) 

Rayner, Captain, late of the 5th Royal Lancashire Militia. 

Reade, Mrs Compton, wife of the Rev. Compton Reade, M.A., formerly 
Chaplain of Magdalen College, Oxford, then rector of Elton, Stockton-on- 
Tees, nephew of Charles Reade, (1814-1884), the novelist and dramatist. 

(1884) 

Reade, Rev. Francis Vincent, B.A., Pembroke College, Cambridge; 
curate of St Clement's, Cambridge ; a Priest of the Birmingham Oratory : 
son of the Rev. Henry St John Reade, an Anglican clergyman ; grand- 
nephew of Charles Reade, (1814-1884), the novelist and dramatist. (1904) 

Reade, John Edmund, (1800-1870), the poet and novelist; son of the 
fourth Baronet. 

t Reade, Mrs, wife of Edmund Reade, (1800-1870), the poet and novelist 



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t Reade, Miss Mary, niece of Charles Reade, (1814-1884), the novelist 
and dramatist ; daughter of William Barrington Reade. 

Reader, Rev. Harry Charles Lyon Peter, M.A., Merton College, 
Oxford. A Dominican Friar at Holy Cross Priory, Leicester. 

Reay, Miss, sister-in-law of the Rector of Raithby, Lincolnshire. 

Redding, Miss Alice Mary, niece of the Right Rev. Dr Samuel 
\Vilberforce, (1805-1873), successively Lord Bishop of Oxford and Win- 
chester ; daughter of Dr John Redding, and of Mary Anne Jones, daughter 
of Thomas Jones, of Pentyr Hall, Carnarvonshire. (1873) 

Redman, Miss Ann, a Sister of Charity, (Sister Clare), and Superior of 
the Convent, Fair Street, Drogheda, Ireland; eldest daughter of John 
Redman, (1817-1886), and his wife the late Mrs Mercy Redman. (1864) 

Redman, John, (1817-1886), father of the Rev. John Redman, a Priest 
of the Society of Jesus, and Professor at Mount St Mary's College, 
Chesterfield, Derbyshire; and of the Rev. Charles Ignatius Redman, a 
Priest of the Society of Jesus at St Joseph's, Leigh, Lancashire. (1870) 

Redman, Rev. Joseph W., (1838-1896), formerly a lay-worker at St 
Peter's, London Docks; a Priest, D.D. of Rome, for sometime in charge of 
St John's, Brentford, Middlesex; then Army Chaplain; eldest son of the 
preceding. (1864) 

Redman, Mrs Mercy Olive, (1817-1887), nee Townend, -wife of John 
Redman, (1817-1886) ; mother of the late Miss Mercy Redman, (Sister 
Monica), of the Order of Charity, and Superior of the Convent at 
Chorton-cum-Medlock, Manchester. (1864) 

Reed, Lincoln, barrister, nephew of Sir Charles Reed, M.P. (1891) 

Reed, Mrs, wife of Lincoln Reed ; and five children. (1891) 

Reed-Lewis, Mrs Mary Balmain, daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel 
Alexander Wynch, R.A. ; second wife of William Reed - Lewis, of 
Crowthorne, Berkshire ; and five children. (1895) 

Reed-Lewis, William, of the Protestant Episcopalian Academy, 
Philadelphia, U.S.A. ; of Quaker and Presbyterian descent ; United States 
Consul at Tangier ; then Plenipotentiary with Dr J. L. M. Curry, to the 
Treaty Conference summoned to Madrid re Morocco affairs ; now resident 
at Crowthorne, Berkshire. (1895) 

Rees, Rev. Alfred, a Passionist Priest in Australia. 

Rees, John David, of Cheltenham College; C.I.E., author; Private 
Secretary to three Governors of Madras, then British Resident in Travan- 
core and Cochin ; son-in-law of General the Hon. James Charlemagne 
Dormer, (1834-1893), K.C.B., second son of the eleventh Baron Dormer. 

(1891) 

Reeves, Major Frederick, late of the 103rd Regiment. 



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Reid, Joseph D. Gilzean, at one time a Student for the Nonconformist 
Ministry ; son of Sir Hugh Gilzean Reid, D.L., author. (1899) 

Reid, Robert, banker, of Friockheim, N.B. (1876) 

Remington, Miss Frances Mary, (1833-1907), daughter of the Rev. 
Canon Richard Remington, M.A., of Manchester. (1874) 

Remington, Rev. Frederic, (1837-1899), of Halifax Grammar School; 
B.A., Magdalene College, Cambridge ; rector of Kirkley, Suffolk ; then 
Headmaster of St Aloysius' School, Bournemouth, Hampshire ; son of the 
Rev. Canon Richard Remington, M.A., of Manchester. (1872) 

Remington, Mrs Lyilia Marianne, wife of the Rev. Frederic 
Remington, (1837-1899), B.A, Cantab ; daughter of Lieutenant William 
Romaine, R.A., of Surat, Bonibay, India. (1872) 

Renouf, Sir Peter Le Page, (1824-1897), egyptologist, oriental 
scholar and theologian ; of Pembroke College, Oxford ; at one time 
Professor of Ancient and Eastern Languages at the Catholic University 
College, Dublin ; then Government Inspector of Schools and Keeper of 
Egyptian and Assyrian Antiquities in the British Museum ; author ; son- 
in-law of Christian Brentano. (1842) 

Reynolds, Ronald Grant, B.A., Pembroke College, Cambridge. (1904) 

Reynolds, Charles Henry, (1846-1908), C.I.E. ; general Manager of 
the Pacific Cable Board ; formerly Director-General of the Indian Govern- 
ment Telegraph Department. (1877) 

Rhodes, Matthew John, (1817-1891), M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge ; 
author of The Visible Unity of the Catholic Church, etc. (1852) 

Riband, William, B.A., St Mary's Hall, Oxford 

Riccardi-Cubitt, Count Thomas, of Merton College, Oxford; only 
son of Captain Lewis Cubitt, 26th Cameronians, of Eden Hall, Edenbridge, 
Kent, by Charlotte, daughter of R. W. Kennard, sometime M.P. for 
Newport; son-in-law of Count Riccardi (1893) 

Rice, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Howard Rice, M.A., vicar of Sutton-Courtney. 

Richards, Rev. David, B.A., Oxon ; a Dominican Friar at Colorado 
Springs, U.S.A. 

Richards, George J., B.A., St Mary's Hal], Oxford. 

Richards, Rev. Morly J., of Maryborough College; B.A. Lincoln 
College, Oxford; Chaplain of Mailing Abbey, Kent. (1898) 

Richards, Rev. Walter J. B., ( -1904), a Priest, (Oblate of St 
Charles), D.D. of Rome ; at St Charles' College, Bays water, London, W. ; 
Inspector of Schools in the Archdiocese of Westminster. (1857) 

Richardson, Rev. Charles Haslewood, M.A., Durham University; 
successively second master at Llandaff Cathedral School ; assistant -master 
at Hull Grammar School; curate of St John the Baptist, Hulme, 
Manchester. (1907) 



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Richardson, Miss Edith Mary, of Sunnyhurst, Bournemouth, Hamp- 
shire. (1900) 

t Richardson, Mrs Elizabeth, daughter of James Butler Leech; 
mother of the Very Rev. Canon George Richardson, (1847-1909), of St 
Augustine's, York Street, Manchester, (1845), of which church he was 
rector for over twenty-two years. 

Richardson, George, (1813-1901), of Dudley Grammar School: solicitor 
of the firm of Richardson, Son and Cooke, Manchester; author, of Thome 
Lea, Alma Park, Levenshulme, Lancashire; husband of the late Mrs 
Elizabeth Richardson. (1833) 

t Richardson, Mrs Harriette Annie, daughter of the Rev. Charles 
William Davy, M.A. of Heathfield, Southampton. 

Richardson, General, of Bath. 

Richardson, Rev. Richard, (1817-1905), a Priest, (Order of Charity) 
at The Mount, Wadhurst, Sussex ; for over fifty years on the Missions at 
Rugby, Newport, Cardiff, London and Bexhill, Sussex ; brother of George 
Richardson, (1813-1901), solicitor, of Manchester. (1841) 

t Richardson, Thomas, the publisher. (1853) 

t Riddell, Mrs Miriam Cuthbert, granddaughter of the sixth Duke 
of Manchester ; mother of the Right Rev. Dr Arthur Riddell, (1836-1907), 
third Bishop of Northampton. (1838) 

Rieu, Alfred, B.A., Christ College, Cambridge ; son of Charles Rieu, M.A., 
Ph.D., Professor of Arabic at Cambridge, and Professor of Arabic and 
Persian at University College, London. (1900) 

Rimington, F. C., author and contributor to Indian periodicals ; J.P. 
in India ; son-in-law of Baron von Rosenberg. 

Ring, Rev. William M. Joseph, a Priest, (Order of Mary Immaculate) 
in Ireland; D.D. of Rome; has been Superior and Provincial of his Order ; 
son of Dr Ring, of Belfast. (1853) 

Ripon, The Marquess of, (1827-1909), George Frederic Samuel 
Robinson, first Marquess, K.G., P.O., G. C.S.I., F.R.S. ; was Grand Master 
of English Freemasons ; on several occasions Minister of State during Mr 
"W. E. Gladstone's administrations ; sometime Viceroy of India ; Lord 
Privy Seal, under Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman ; son of the second 
Earl of Ripon ; grandson of the fourth Earl of Buckinghamshire. (1874) 

Ritchie, Rev. Sebastian Sartoris Charles, of St Paul's School ; 
M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge. A Priest of the Birmingham Oratory. 

(1904) 
Ritchie, William G. B., B.A., Trinity College, Cambridge. 

Rivers, Rev. Charles Edmund, of Marlborough College; M.A., 
Oriel College, Oxford. A Priest-in-charge of Our Lady of Lourdes, 
Acton, London, W ; son of J. C. Rivers, late of the Civil Service ; nephew 
of Luke Oliphant, cousin of Lawrence Oliphant, (1829-1888), the novelist 
war correspondent and mystic. ( 1883 



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Rivington, Rev. Luke, (1838-1899), of Highgate Grammar School; 
M.A., Demy, Magdalen College, Oxford ; successively curate of All 
Saints, Margaret Street, London, W. ; Superior of the Society of the Holy 
Ghost at Stoke ; Member of the Society of St John the Evangelist, 
at Cowley, Oxford ; for sometime Missionary in India and Africa, and 
once in charge of St Clement's, Oxford. A Priest, !).!). of Rome, at St 
James', Spanish Place, London, W ; author ; son of Francis- Rivington, 
(1805-1885), of the well-known London publishing firm. (1888) 

t Roberts, Charles Henry, M.A., Fellow of Christ Church, Oxford. 

(1904) 

Roberts, A. E., eldest son of the Rev. George Bayfield Roberts, M.A., 
vicar of Elmstow, Hardwicke. (1895) 

Roberts, Rev. Charles, a priest. (1901) 

Roberts, E. G. Kenneth Dale, of King Edward's School, Birmingham; 
B.A., Keble College, Oxford ; now a student for the Priesthood in the Beda 
College, Rome. (1907) 

Roberts, Emmanuel Usher, (1829-1897), Government Surveyor in 
Queensland, Australia, and founder of the Irish Lodge of Freemasons in 
that colony; cousin of Field-Marshal Lord Roberts. (1896) 

Roberts, Miss, sister of the Rev. J. Roberts, M.A. of Cowley, Oxford. 

Roberts, John, of the War Office. 

Roberts, Miss M., daughter of William Roberts, of Harborne Hall. 

t Roberts, Mrs, wife of Captain Roberts, of the Royal Navy; sister of 
the Rev. John Sargent, (1780-1833), vicar of Lavington-cum-Graffham, 
Sussex, and son-in-law of William Wilberforce, (1759-1833), the statesman 
and philanthrophist; aunt to Cardinal Manning. (1852) 

Roberts, William Henry, M.A., Emmanuel College, Cambridge; D.L.; 
late Recorder of Grantham, Lincolnshire. 

Roberts, Rev. William Fender, M.A., St John's College, Cambridge; 
vicar of Boscastle, Cornwall. 

Roberts, Mrs, daughter of the Hon. William Henry Yelverton, (1791- 
1884), J.P., D.L., and M.P. for Carmarthen, second son of the second 
Yicount Avonmore; wife of the Rev. W. P. Roberts, M.A. 

Robertson, Miss, an Anglican Sister at Clewer Convent, near Windsor ; 
now a nun. 

Robertson, Charles, Knight of St Gregory the Great; "founder" of 
Westminster Cathedral; established the Institute of St Charles at 
Begbroke, Oxfordshire; son-in-law of Captain W. Baldwin, formerly of 
Dunedin, New Zealand (1891) 

t Robertson, Rev. James, M.A., Edinburgh University ; incumbent 
of the Episcopal Church at Dalkeith and Chaplain to the Marquis of 
Lothian. (1848) 



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Robertson, James Burton, (1800-1877), the historian; Professor of 
< Jcography and Modern History in the Catholic University College, Dublin; 

P translator of Schlegel's Philosophy of History and of Mohler's Symbolism. 
(1850) 

Robertson, Rev. John C., (1847-1892), M. A., University College, Ox ford; 
rector in Buckinghamshire. A Priest of the Society of Jesus in New York. 

(1875) 

t Robertson, Rev. Thomas Charles, M.A., Edinburgh University ; 
Chaplain to the Duke of Buccleuch ; a priest. (1858) 

Robins, Miss, of Wimbledon, Surrey; granddaughter of Lady Caroline 
Barham; an Anglican Sister at Clewer Convent, near Windsor. 

Robins, Miss Katharine Gertrude, (1837-1907), daughter of the Rev. 
Sanderson Robins, M.A., an Anglican clergyman. (1870) 

Robinson, Charles, of the firm of Riccardo & Robinson, of London, E.G. 

(1885) 

Robinson, Miss, daughter of Captain Robinson, of Armagh, Ireland; 
niece of Sir George Gabriel Stokes, first Baronet, Professor of Mathematics 
at Cambridge University. (1892) 

Robinson, Denham, of the War Office. (1860) 

Robinson, Miss G., daughter of the Rev. Francis Robinson, M.A., rector 
of Stonesfield, Oxfordshire; sister of the Right Rev. Monsignor Croke 
Robinson. (1873) 

Robinson, Mrs Martha Walker, (1822-1888), nee Freer; writer on 
French history; wife of the Rev. John Robinson, M.A., an Anglican 
clergyman. 

Robinson, Lady Mary Edith, daughter of Richard Martin, of 
Blackrock, co. Cork; wife of Sir James Clifton Robinson, the well-known 
engineer. 

Robinson, Captain T. A., of the Royal Artillery; B.A., Corpus Christi 
College, Oxford ; son of the Rev. Francis Robinson, rector of Stonesfield, 
Oxfordshire; brother of the Right Rev. Monsignor Walter Croke Robinson. 

Robinson, Right Rev. Monsignor Walter Croke, of Winchester 
College; M.A., Fellow of New College, Oxford; the first Catholic Fellow of 
Oxford since the Reformation; successively curate of St John's Common, 
Burgess Hill, Sussex; of Clewer Parish Church, and in charge of St 
Andrew's, West Bromwich, Staffordshire. A Priest, Domestic Prelate to 
His Holiness; for three years Vice-Rector of the Catholic University College, 
Kensington; was chaplain of Kensington Workhouse and Infirmary, now 
Preacher and Lecturer of the Archdiocese of Westminster; author; son of 
the late Rev. Francis Robinson, M.A., rector of Stonesfield, Oxfordshire. 

(1872) 

Robson, Robert, of His Majesty's Customs. 

Robson, Mrs, wife of Robert Robson. 

Roche, Mrs Jane E. Redington, wife of Thomas Redington Roche, of 
Rye Hill, co. Galway, and Granagh Castle co. Kilkenny; daughter of the 
late Anthony Cliff e, of Belle vue, co. Wexford (1856) 



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Rockstrp, William Smith, (1823-1895), of Plymouth; musician, pianist, 
and musical composer; professor of counterpoint and plain-song in the 
Royal College of Music, London; author. 

Rodney, Miss Diana Caroline, daughter of William Powell Rodney, 
of Llanchangel Court, Abergavenny, "Wales, (grandson of the sixth Baron 
Rodney), by his wife Diana Hotham Lubbock, daughter of the third 
Baronet, and of Harriet, daughter of the late Captain Hotham, of York; 
niece of the first Baron Avebury, P.C. (1903) 

Roe, Robert Gordon, of Haileybury College ; late of Selwyn College, 
Cambridge ; Secretary of the Cambridge Boy Scouts. (1909) 

Rogers, Alfred, assistant-librarian of Cambridge University. (1901) 

Rogers, Mrs, wife of Alfred Rogers; and daughter. (1901) 

Rogers, Colonel Henry J., of the Royal Engineers. 



t Rogers, J. T., late superintendent of the Bombay Tramway Company; 
formerly in the Army; fought in the Crimea. 

Rogers, Mrs, wife of General Rogers. 

t Rogers, Frederick, M.A., Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford. % (1845) 

t Rogers, Miss, daughter of Francis James Newman Rogers, (1791-1851), 
barrister, Deputy Judge-advocate-general. 

t Rogers, Rev. Thomas, B.A., Cantab; an Anglican Prison Chaplain. 

(1850) 

Rohrs, John Henry, (1822-1875), M.A., Fellow, 12th wrangler, Jesus 
College, Cambridge; the poet. (1855) 

Rokeby, Miss, of Arthingworth Manor, Northamptonshire. 

Rolfe, Frederick William, sometime Master at Grantham Grammar 
School, Lincolnshire; journalist. (1887) 

Rolph, James, of the War Office. 

Rooke, Rev. Seton Patterson, (1824-1901), M.A., Oriel College, 
Oxford; curate of St Saviour's, Leeds. A Dominican Friar at St Dominic's 
Priory, Haverstock Hill, London, N.W.; fifth son of Captain Frederick 
William Rooke, of the Royal Navy, of Greendour, Litton, Somersetshire; 
a descendant of the celebrated Admiral Sir George Rooke. (1851) 

Roope, Charles, of Pembroke Square, Kensington, London, W. 

t Roope, Right Rev. William, a Priest, Monsignor, D.D. of Rome, at 
Bonchurch, Isle of Wight. 

Roper, Alfred Francis P., of Lancing College; M.A., Keble College, 
Oxford; Headmaster of Ladycross School, Seaford, Sussex ; son of the Rev. 
T. H. Roper, sometime rector of Puddle Hinton, Dorchester; and family. 

(1894) 

Roper, Mrs, wife of Alfred Francis P. Roper, M.A., Oxon. (1888) 



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t Roper, Joseph, director of the Catholic Standard, of Hobart Town, 
Tasmania. (I860) 

t Roscommon, The Earl of, the last. (1845) 

Rose, Sir Cyril Stanley, third Baronet, of Moor Park, Farnham, 
Surrey. (1905) 

Rose, Rev. George, (1817-1882), M.A., Magdalen Hall, Oxford ; curate 
at Camberwell, then at Christ Church, Brixton ; assistant-reader at the 
Temple; tutor to the fifteenth Duke of Norfolk, K.G.; dramatist, novelist 
and humorous entertainer who wrote under the pseudonym of "Arthur 
Sketchley"; son of James Rose, nephew of the Right Hon. Sir George 
Rose, (1782-1873), P.C., Master in Chancery. (1855) 

Rose, Rev. H., founder and Superior of the Brotherhood of the Common 
Life, an Anglican Society at Ramsgill, Yorkshire. 

Rose, Lady Katherine, daughter of Alexander Macalister, of Torres- 
dale Castle, co. Argyle, N.B.; wife of the late Sir William Rose, second 
Baronet, of Montreal, Canada. (1908) 

Rose, Sir Philip Frederick, second Baronet, of Harrow School ; 
solicitor, member of the well-known firm of Baxter, Rose & Norton ; J.P. 
and D.L., and at one time High Sheriff of Buckinghamshire. (1885) 

Rose, Lady Rosa Anne, wife of Sir Philip Frederick Rose, second 
Baronet ; daughter of the Rev. William Wollaston Pym, M.A., rector of 
Willian, Hertfordshire ; and her five children. (1885) 

Rose, William, director of the Submarine Telegraph Cable Company at 
Vigo, Spain. (1895) 

Ross, Rev. John, a Priest of the Society of Jesus at St Francis Xavier's, 
Salisbury Street, Liverpool. 

Ross, Robert, of King's College, Cambridge; art critic and journalist ; 
son of the Hon. John Ross, Q.C., Solicitor-General of Canada ; grandson of 
the Hon. Robert Baldwin, C.B. (1894) 

Ross, Colonel, of Wimbledon, Surrey. 

Ross, Miss Rita, a nun of the Sacred Heart Convent, Dundrum, Dublin. 

(1886) 

Ross, Colonel William Henry, late of the Indian Army, of Glasgow 
Collegiate School and Glasgow University; served in Persia and in the 
Indian Mutiny; son of Captain William Ross, Gentleman Usher to Queen 
Victoria. 

Ross, Ml rs, wife of Colonel William Henry Ross ; daughter of Colonel C. 

S. Whitehill. 

Ross of Bladensburg, Mrs Alexina Frances, (1859-1896), wife 
of Colonel Edmund James Thomas Ross, of Bladensburg: daughter of the 
Hon. Colin Lindsay, (1819-1892), son of the twenty-fourth Earl of Crawford, 
and seventh Earl of Balcarres. 



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Ross of Bladensburg, The Hon. Lady Blanche, Hon. Blanche 
Amelia Foster-Skeffington; wife of Lieutenant-Colonel Sir John Foster 
George Ross of Bladensburg, K.C.B. ; daughter of the tenth Viscount 
Massereene and Ferrard, K.P. (1876) 

Ross of Bladensburg, Colonel Edmund James Thomas, of 

St Peter's College, Radley; late of the Royal Engineers; youngest son of 
David Ross of Bladensburgh, of Rosstrevor, co. Down, and of the Hon. 
Harriet Margaretta Ross of Bladensburg, (1816-1883), daughter of the 
second Viscount Ferrard (1876) 

Ross of Bladensburg, The Hon. IVIrs Harriet, (1816-1883), 
Hon. Harriet Margaretta Foster- Skeffington, eldest daugter of the second 
Viscount Ferrard ; and of Harriet, ninth Viscountess Massereene; wife of 
David Ross of Bladensburg of Rosstrevor, co. Down. Ireland. (1864) 

Ross of Bladensburg, Miss Harriet Margaret, daughter of 
David Ross of Bladensburg; widow of W. A. Ross, of Dunlewey House, 
co. Donegal, Ireland; now a nun at the Sacred Heart Convent, Malta. (1863) 

Ross of Bladensburg, Lieutenant-Colonel Sir John Foster 
George, K.C.B., of St Peter's College, Radley and Woolwich Academy ; 
late of the Coldstream Guards, with whom he served in the Suakim 
Campaign of 1885; now Chief Commissioner of the Dublin Police, J.P. and 
D.L. for co. Down; author, eldest surviving son of David Ross of 
Bladensburg, of Rosstrevor, co. Down, Ireland. (1878) 

Ross of Bladensburg, Rev. Robert Skeffington, (1847-1892), 
of St Peters College, Radley ; M.A. Exeter College, Oxford ; an Old Blue, 
rowing in the winning crew against Cambridge in 1807 ; J.^. and D.L. 
for co. Down, Ireland ; barrister ; captain in the Royal South Down 
Militia. A Priest of the Society of Jesus at St Wilfred's, Preston, Lanca- 
shire ; eldest son of David Ross of Bladensburg, of Rosstrevor, co. Down, 
Ireland. (1875) 

Rosslyn, The Countess of, Blanche Adeliza Fitzroy, wife of the fourth 
Earl of Rosslyn ; widow of Colonel the Hon. Charles Henry Maynard, 
only son of the third and last Viscount Maynard ; mother of Millicent, 
fourth Duchess of Sutherland, of Frances Evelyn, fifth Countess of 
Warwick and of Sybil Mary, thirteenth Countess of Westmoreland ; 
daughter of Henry Fitzroy, of Salcey Lawn, Northamptonshire. (1905) 

Rossmore, The Lady Julia Ellen, Josephine Lloyd, second wife of 
the third Baron Rossmore ; then wife of Lieutenant-Colonel George William 
Stackpoole, of Eden Vale, Ennis ; daughter of Henry Lloyd, of Farinora, 
co. Tipperary, Ireland. (1879) 

Roth well, Rev. George, (1855-1882), of Liverpool; for two years chorister 
at the Temple Church, London. A Scholastic of the Society of Jesus. 

(1873) 

Round, Frederic Peel, (1818-1884), of Eton College ; B.A., Balliol 
College, Oxford ; for forty-two years Gentleman Usher of the Green Rod; 
son of John Round, of Dan bury Park, Essex and for many years M.P. for 
Ipswich and Maiden, and High Steward of Colchester, Essex. (1850) 



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t Rousby, Wybert, the Jersey actor and manager ; husband of Mrs 
Clara Marion Jessie Rousby, (1852-1879), the actress, daughter of Dr 
Dowse, inspector-general of hospitals. 

Rouse, Charles, an Anglican deacoa (1882) 

Rouse, Rev. W. G., an Anglican curate ; brother of Charles Rouse. (1881) 
Routh, Mrs, wife of the Rector of Tilehurst. 

Rowbotham, Mrs, wife of Herbert Rowbotham, chief clerk to the 
Department of Mines, Salisbury, Mashonaland, South Africa. (1897) 

Rowe, Rev. James Boone, (1825-1888), of St John's College, 
Cambridge ; a Priest of the Brompton Oratory, London, S.W. (1845) 

Rowlands, Mrs Adeline, wife of William Bowen Rowlands, (1840-1906), 
K.C., M.A., Oxon ; only child of J. D. Brown, of Kensington House, 
Haverfordwest. (1896) 

Rowlands, Miss Lillian, daughter of the late William Bowen Rowlands, 
K.C., M.A., Oxon. (1896) 

Rowlands, Miss Teresa, daughter of the late William Bowen Rowlands, 
K.C., M.A., Oxoa (1869) 

Rowlands, His Honour William Bowen, (1840-1906), M.A., Jesus 
College, Oxford; (2nd Class Classical Honours) ; barrister, 1st Class Certifi- 
cate of Honour, General Examination for the Bar; K.C., County Court Judge 
for the Birkenhead Circuit ; for nine years M.P. for Cardiganshire; Recorder 
of Swansea, 1894; D.L. for Cardiganshire; J.P. for Pembrokeshire, 
Cardiganshire and Haverfordwest ; Member of Council of Legal Education; 
Master of Library of Gray's Inn; member of the Catholic School 
Committee ; eldest son of Thomas Rowlands, of Glenover, Pembrokeshire. 

(1856) 

Rowlatt, Rev. Charles Robert, M.A., St John's College, Cambridge; 
curate at Thurrocks. (1858) 

Rowles, Miss Mary, late of the Wantage Anglican Sisterhood in India. 

(1899) 

Rovds * Francis Twemlow, of Rugby School; M.A., Christ 
College, Cambridge; J.P. for Lancashire; late curate of the Parish Church 
Leamington; eldest son of the Rev. Charles Twemlow Royds M.A. J.P. 
rector of Heysham, Lancashire. (1901) 

t Rule, Mrs Martha Le Marchant, wife of the Rev. Martin Luther 
Rule, B.A., Cantab. (1869) 

Rule, Rev. Martin Luther, B.A., Pembroke College, Cambridge- curate 
of St Pauls, Brighton, Sussex; author; son of the Rev. Dr Rule a 
Wesleyan Minister. (1869) 

Rum ball, Mrs, daughter of Charles Simpson Hanson; wife of Henry 
Rumball Treasurer to H.B.M.'s Supreme Consular Court at Constantinople 
and her five children. (1 88oi 



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Rumbold, Colonel Sir Arthur Carlos Henry, (1820-1869), fifth 
P>aronet; was President of Nevis and of the Virgin Islands, and 
Administrator of St Christopher; fought in the Crimea with the Turkish 
contingent; grandson of Sir George Berriman Rumbold, (1764-1807), the 
second Baronet and diplomatist. 

Rusdcil, Miss, daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Joseph Rusdell, K.I). 
M.G., of the Grenadier Guards, sometime Chief Secretary to the High 
Commissioner of the Ionian Isles. (1860) 

Rusdell, Miss Mary, daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Joseph Rusdell, 
K.C.M.G. (I860) 

Rushbrooke, Mrs Anne Frances, (1820-1906), of Leapale House, 
Guildford, Surrey; mother qf Captain William Henry Rushbrooke, of the 
1st East Yorkshire Regiment, served in the Afghan War, created Count by 
Pope Leo XIII in 1892, Lord of the Manor of Ringmen, co. Cork, J.P. for 
Surrey and co. Cork, and on council of Catholic Soldiers' Association; 
daughter of Dr Mathias, R.N., of Gibraltar. 

Rushbrooke, Captain William Henry, (1815-1883), of the Royal 
Navy; husband of Mrs Anno Frances Rushbrooke. 

Ruspoli, Princess Margaritta, daughter of the late Right Hon. Sir 
Charles Parker P>utt, P.C., who was President of the Probate, Divorce and 
Admiralty Division of the High Court of Judicature. (1903) 

Ruspoli, Princess, ue'e Capel Broadwood. (1883) 

Russell, Lady, (1793-1874), wife of Major-General Lord George William 
Russell, (1790-18 i.(>), G.C.B., son of the sixth Duke of Bedford, and for 
some time English Ambassador at Berlin ; daughter of the Hon. Theophilus 
Rawdon, and of Lady Eli/abeth Hastings; granddaughter of the ninth 
Earl of Huntingdon; mother of Lord Odo William Leopold Russell, (1829- 
1884), first Baron Amptliill, IM '., ( ).( M>., ( !.( '.M.< !., an eminent diplomatist, 
and for thirteen years English Ambassador to the Court of Germany. 

(1850) 

Russell, Right Rev. Arthur A. E., a Priest, Domestic Prelate, Provost, 
and till lately Vicar-General of the diocese of Clifton; son of the Rev. 
A. B. Russell, M.A., rector of Laverton. (1867) 

Russell, Rev. Cyril, an Anglican clergyman; author. (1899) 

Russell, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Cyril Russell; and family. (1898) 

Russell, The Hon. Mrs Helen Mary, wife of the Hon. Cyril Russell, 
third son of Lord Russell of Killowen, (1832-1900), Lord Chief Justice of 
England; daughter of Alexander Pirie, of Leckmelm, N.B. (1898) 

Russell, Miss, daughter of the second Baronet; sister of Colonel Sir 
Charles Russell, (1826-1883), third Baronet, V.C., M.P., for Berkshire and 
Westminster. 

Russell, Rev. Henry Patrick, of Glenalmond, Haileybury and 
Sandhurst Colleges; for sometime Sub-Lieutenant 18th Royal Irish 
Regiment; rector of St Marytavy, Devon, 1881-92; Vicar of St Stephen's, 
Devonport, Devonshire, 1892-96; author; son of Alexander Wood Russell, 
of the Bengal Civil Service. (1896) 



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Russell, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Henry Patrick Russell, and family; now 
of Leamington. (1896) 

Russell, Rev. John, curate of Maindel, Newport, and then of St Paul's, 
Cwmtillery, Monmouthshire. (1902) 

Russell, The Hon. Mrs Mary, wife of the Hon. Frank Russell, 
fourth son of Lord Russell of Killowen, (1832-1900), Lord Chief Justice of 
England; daughter of the first Baron Ritchie, of Dundee. 

Russell, Rev. Vernon William, B.A., Trinity College, Dublin; curate 
of St James', Plymouth, Devonshire. A Priest of the College of Cathedral 
Chaplains, Westminster, London, S.W. (1888) 

Russell, William M., B.A., Christ Church, Oxford. 

Rutherford, Claud Hamilton, of Dulwich College; B.A., Exhibitioner 
of King's College, Cambridge; second in Natural Science Tripos, President 
of the Fisher Society while at Cambridge ; a Benedictine at Downside 
Abbey, near Bath; son of George Rutherford, of the Home Civil Service; 
brother to two Anglican clergymen. (1906) 

t Ryan, Mrs, wife of Dr Ryan, of the 56th Regiment. (1853) 

Ryder, Lady Edith, daughter of the late Rev. Henry Dudley Ryder, 
M.A., Oxon., (1803-1877), by Eliza Julia, daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel 
John Tucker; granddaughter of the Right Rev. the Hon. Dr Henry Ryder, 
(1777-1836), successively Bishop of Gloucester, Lichfield and Coventry; 
wife of Sir George Lisle "Ryder, (1838-1905), K.C.B., chairman of the Board 
of Customs, son of the Rev. George Dudley Ryder, (1810-1880), M.A., 
Oxon, rector of Easton, Hampshire, by Sophia Lucy, daughter of the 
Rev. John Sargent, (1780-1833), rector of Lavington-cum-Graffham, Sussex, 
grandson of the Right Rev. the Hon. Dr Henry Ryder, (1777-1836), Lord 
Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry. (1882) 

Ryder, Rev. George Dudley, (1810-1880), M.A., Oriel College, Oxford; 
rector of Easton, Hampshire; son of the Right Rev. the Hon. Dr Henry 
Ryder, (1777-1836), successively Bishop of Gloucester, and of Lichfield and 
Coventry; grandson of the first Baron Harrowby. (1846) 

Ryder, Mrs Sophia Lucy, (1815-1850), wife of the Rev. George Dudley 
Ryder, (1810-1880), M.A., Oxon; daughter of the Rev. John Sargent, (1780- 
1883), M.A., Oxon, rector of Lavington-cum-Graffham, Sussex ; sister of Mrs 
Mary Wilberforce, (1810-1878), daughter-in-law of William Wilberforce, 
(1759-1833), the philanthropist and slave emancipator; mother of the Rev. 
Charles Edward Ryder, a Priest-in- charge of St Philip's, Smethwick, 
Birmingham; of the Rev. Cyril Ryder, a Redemptorist Priest at St Mary's, 
Kinnoull, Perth, N.B.; of the Rev. Henry Ignatius Dudley Ryder, (1837- 
1907), D.D., a Priest and Superior of the Birmingham Oratory; and of Sir 
George Lisle, (1838-1905), K.C.B., Chairman of the Board of Customs. 

(1846) 

Ryder, Miss Sophia, (1817-1901), a nun and Superioress of the Convent 

of the Good Shepherd, East Finchley, London, N. ; youngest daughter of 

the Right Rev. the Hon. Dr Henry Ryder, (1777-1836), successively Bishop 

of Gloucester, and of Lichfield and Coventry. (1847) 

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SACHWELL, Miss, daughter of General Sachwell. (1888) 

t Saint, John James Heath, B.A., Christ Church, Oxford; son of the 
Rev. J. J. Saint, M.A., of Groombridge Place, Kent. 

Sala, George Augustus Henry, (1828-1896), author and journalist; 
successively clerk, scenic-artist at the Princess and Lyceum Theatres, 
London; then for many years on the staff of the Daily Telegraph; contributor 
to Chat, Household Words, All the Year Round, Illustrated London News, 
Sunday Times, Temple Bar, etc. (1895) 

t Salamon, Madame, wife of Captain Louis Gaston Salamon, of the 
French Army; daughter of the Hon. William Henry Yelverton, (1791-1884), 
J.P., D.L.; and M.P. for Carmarthen, second son of the second Viscount 
Avonmore; sister-in-law of the Rev. William Pender Roberts, M.A., 
Cantab; late vicar of Boscastle, Cornwall. 

Salisbury, Richard Anthony, (1761-1829), B.A., Edinburgh University ; 
the botanist and author. 

Salt, Mrs, wife of Colonel T. H. Salt, of the Royal Artillery. (1880) 

Saltiam, Captain, of the Royal Navy. (1881) 

Saltiam, Mrs E., his wife; daughter of the Rev. William Forbes, M.A., 
rector of Manchester, Jamaica, B.W.L (1881) 

Samler, Miss Fanny, daughter of Major Samler. 

Sammons, Rev. Edward, of Tonbridge School, B.A., Lincoln College, 
Oxford. A Priest, Brighton, Sussex. 

Sanders, Miss Florence, directress of the Beethoven School of Music, 
Willesden, London, W. (1889) 

t Sanderson, Miss Eliza, daughter of the Hon. John Sanderson, of 
Grenada, B.W.I. (1849) 

i Sanderson, The Hon. John, Chief Justice of Grenada, B.W.I. (1849) 

Sanderson, R. J., at one time licensed lay-reader at St Faith's, Stoke 
Newington, London, X. (1884) 



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Sanderson, Mrs, wife of R. J. Sanderson; and five children. (1884) 

Sands, Miss Frances Wemyss, daughter of the late W. J. Sands, 
Writer to the Signet, Edinburgh. (1906) 

Sands, William Henry Bethune, of Charterhouse School ; B.A., 
Oriel College, Oxford ; of the firm of Sanda & Co., publishers, of Edinburgh 
and London; son of the late W. J. Sands, Writer to the Signet, 
Edinburgh, and of Augusta Sophia, daughter of the late General 
Wernyss, C.B. (1807) 

Sandys, Mrs, wife of the Rev. George Sandys, M.A, an Anglican 
clergyman. 

Sandys, Miss, sister of the Rev. George Sandys, M.A. 

Sandys, Mrs Mary Grainger, daughter of the Rev. H. Hall, M.A., 
late vicar of St Paul's, Cambridge; wife of Dr John Edwin Sandys, Public 
Lecturer of Cambridge University; member of Council of proposed 
Catholic College for Women at Cambridge. (1903) 

Sankey, Rev. Richard Boyer, (1837-1904), M.A., Mus.Doc., Magdalen 
Hall, Oxford; curate of St Paul's, Leicester. A Priest at St James', 
Spanish Place, Manchester Square, London, W; son of an Anglican 
clergyman. (1881) 

t Sankey, William, M.A., Trinity College, Dublin. (1846) 

t Sankey, Mrs, wife of William Sankey; and her four children. (1846) 

Sant, Mrs, wife of A B. Sant, of Palazzo Gharixam, Citta Vecchia, Malta. 

(1896) 

Santley, Sir Charles, the well-known baritone and musical composer; 
Knight-Commander of St Gregory the Great; author of Student and 
Siti'jer, etc. (1880) 

Sass, Dr E. E., of Londoa 
Sass, M rs, wife of Dr E. E. Sass. 

t Sass, Frederick A., surgeon-dentist of Gloucester Place, London, W.; 
brother of Dr E. E. Sass. 

t Saunders, Lady Christina Sophia, daughter of Charles K. 
Freshfield, M.P., of Upper Galton Park ; successively wife of Captain 
Clifford Fortescue Borrer, late of the 60th Rifles, of Pickwell, Cuck- 
field, Sussex; then of Sir Frederick Richard Saunders, K.C.M.G., late 
Treasurer and Member of the Executive and Legislative Councils of the 
Island of Ceylon. (1894) 

Saunders, Rev. Godfrey W. St George, M.A., Christ Church, 
Oxford; curate of St Paul's, Brighton, Sussex. (1904) 

Saunders, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Godfrey W. St George Saunders, M.A., 
Oxon, and children. (1904) 



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Saunders, Colonel Henry George, of the Bengal Staff Corps. (1880) 
Sau riders, Mrs, wife of Colonel Henry George Saunders. (1880) 

Saunders, H. Percy, second son of the late Major-General E.W. 
Saunders, of Weymouth, Devonshire. (1908) 

Saville, The Hon. George, of Eton College, and Trinity College, 
Cambridge ; late Lieutenant in the 3rd Battalion Yorkshire Regiment ; 
a " founder " of Westminster Cathedral; third son of the fourth Earl of 
Mexborough. 

Savory, Rev. Frederick William, of London University; a Priest-in- 
oharge of St Wilfrid, Bishop 'Auckland, co. Durham. 

Savory, Sydney, father of the Rev. Frederick William Savory, a Priest; 
at one time Headmaster of the Nottingham Diocesan College. 

Savory, Mrs, wife of Sydney Savory. 

Say, Major, of the Bombay Staff Corps. 

Say, Mrs, wife of Major Say; with her two sons and a daughter. 

Scargill, Edward, M.A., wrangler of Queens' College, Cambridge. 

Schmitt, Mrs Eleonora, wife of Oscar Schmitt, professor at Lynn 
Grammar School. (1899) 

t Schofield, Rev. Richard, a Redemptorist Priest, who died in his 
101st year. (1850) 

Scholfield, Edward, brother of the late M.P. for Birmingham. 

Scholfield, Rev. John Faber, of Eton College; M.A., ; Trinity College, 
Cambridge; late rector of St Michael's Episcopal Church, Hill Square, 
Edinburgh, N.B. Author: Divine Authority, (Longmans, 1905), The Servants 
of the Sick, (Sands & Co.), Catholic and Roman, (C.T.S. 1909), Abbot Sauter's 
Sunday Epistles, (Sands & Co., 1904.) (1904) 

Scholfield, Mrs, wife of the Rev. John Faber Scholfield, M,A., Cantab; 
and children. (1904) 

Schomberg, Arthur, of Winchester College; B.A., Oriel College, 
Oxford; author; son of Joseph Trigge Schomberg, Q.C., Recorder of 
Aldborough, Wiltshire. 

Schomberg, Reginald Broderick, of Winchester College; M.A., 
New College, Oxford ; barrister, second son of Joseph Trigge Schomberg, 
Q.C., Recorder of Aldborough, Wiltshire; father of Lieutenant Reginald 
Charles Francis Schomberg, of the Seaforth Highlanders. 

Schomberg, Mrs Frances Sophia, daughter of T. C. Morris, of 
Llanstephan Castle and Bryn Merddyn, Carmarthen, Wales; wife of 
Reginald Brodrick Schomberg, B.A., Oxon. 



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Schreiner, Mrs, wife of a Lutheran Missionary in South Africa; mother 
of the Hon. W. P. Schreiner, K.C., C.M.G., at one time Prime Minister of 
Cape Colony; and of Miss Olive Schreiner, the novelist. 

Schwenk, Baroness Mabel, an English lady. (1904) 

Sclater, Lieutenant Bertram Lutley, (1866 1897), of the Royal 
Engineers; second son of Philip L. Sclater, Ph.D., F.R.S.; Secretary of the 
Zoological Society; grandson of Sir David Hunter-Blair, third Baronet. 

(1897) 

t Sconce, Rev. Robert R., M.A., Brasenose College, Oxford; curate 
of St Andrew's Cathedral, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia; author 
of The Testimony of Christianity, etc. (1848) 

t Sconce, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Robert R. Sconce, M.A., Oxon. (1848) 

Scott, Rev. Alexander G., a Priest-in- charge of Our Lady Star of the 
Sea, Lowestoft, Suffolk. (1870) 

Scott, Right Rev. Christopher, a Priest, Domestic Prelate, D.D. 
of Rome, and Vicar General of the diocese of Northampton, in charge of 
Our Lady and the English Martyrs, Cambridge. 

Scott, Clement, (1841-1904), of Marlborough College; at one time at 
the War Office; poet, journalist, for many years dramatic critic to the 
Daily Telegraph, sometime editor of The Theatre, then editor of The Free 
Lance and dramatic critic of the New York Herald; second son of the Rev. 
William Scott, M.A., incumbent of Christ Church, Hoxton, London, N., 
then vicar of St Olave's, Old Jewry and rector of St Martin's, Pomeroy; 
father of Major Philip Clement Scott A.S.C., who served in South Africa 
during the last war, and of Eric Clement Scott, the dramatic critic. (1865) 

t Scott, Rev. Edward, M.A., Oxon; an Anglican clergyman. (1850) 

Scott, Mrs Ernest, daughter of the Rev. Frank Besant, M.A., vicar of 
Sibsey, Lincolnshire, and of Mrs Annie Besant, of the Theosophical Society. 

(1895) 

t Scott, George Gilbert, M.A., Fellow of Jesus College, Cambridge; 
architect; F.S.A.; son of Sir George Gilbert Scott, (1811-1878), the architect 
and author; father of Giles Gilbert Scott, the architect and designer of the 
new Anglican Liverpool Cathedral. (1880) 

Scott, Mrs, wife of George Gilbert Scott, M.A., Cantab. (1880) 

Scott, Miss, Abbess of the Protestant Convent at Perth, N.B. (1881) 

Scott, General Walter. 
Scott, William A., of Leigh House, East Molesey. 

t Scott, Rev. William Henry, M.A., Fellow of Brasenose College, 
Oxford; curate of Emmanuel Church, Bolton, Lancashire; grandson of 
Sir Joseph Scott, Bart., of Great Barr, Staffordshire. (1854) 



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Scott-Murray, Charles Robert Scott, (1818-1882), of Eton College; 
M.A., Christ Church, Oxford: J.P. and D.L. ; for some time M.P; for 
Buckinghamshire, and High Sheriff of the same county ; Knight of St 
Gregory the Great ; father of Charles Aloysius Scott-Murray, (1848-1909), 
late Lieutenant in the 1st Life Guards, J.P. for Buckinghamshire, High 
Sheriff in 1890, Lord of the Manor of Hambledon, by the Hon. Amelia 
( 'harlotte Fraser, daughter of Thomas Alexander Fraser, twelfth Baron 
Lovat, (1802-1875), and of the Hon. Charlotte Georgina Jermingham, 
daughter of the seventh Baron Stafford; of Major Basil Henry Scott- 
Murray, late of the Scots Guards, who served in the Suakin Expedition of 
1S85; grandfather of Lieutenant Francis Joseph Scott-Murray, late of the 
Oxfordshire Light Infantry; son of Charles Scott-Murray, of Danesfield, 
by his wife, Augusta Eliza, daughter of John Nixon, and widow of John 
Buller, M.P. (1844) 

t Scratton, Rev. James, M.A., St John's College, Cambridge ; curate 
at Sittingbournc, Kent, and of Emmanuel Church, Bolton-le-Moors. A 
Priest-in-charge of The Immaculate Conception, Deal, Kent. (1851) 

Scratton, Rev. Thomas, (1821-1895), M.A., Christ Church, Oxford; 
curate at Benson; for sometime Secretary of the Catholic University 
College, Dublia (1850) 

Seager, Mrs Anna, (1816-1893), wife of the Rev. Charles Seager, (1808- 
1878), M.A., Oxon; and family, among whom were Osmund Seager, late an 
Assistant Principal at the Admiralty, Whitehall, and of the late Rev. 
Ignatius L. Seager, (1845-1870), a priest. (1844) 

Seager, Rev. Charles, (1808-1878), M.A., Magdalen Hall, and scholar 
of Worcester College, Oxford; an Anglican curate; professor of Hebrew 
and of Comparative Philology at the Catholic University College, 
Kensington, London, W. ; member of Council of the Society of Biblical 
Archaeology; orientalist and author; son of the Rev. John Seager, M.A., 
rector of Welsh Bicknor, Herefordshire; he left several bequests to Catholic 
Societies and missions. (1843) 

Seally, Major A. St John, of His Majesty's Artillery Militia; grandson 
of the Rev. John Seally, (1747-1795), LL.D., vicar of East Meon, 
Hampshire. 

Seally, Mrs, wife of Major A. St John Seally, and her three daughters. 

Searle, The Very Rev. Joseph, (1817-1889), of Rugby School; a Priest 
and Canon in charge of St Augustine's, Tunbridge Wells, Kent. 

Sedley, Lieutenant-Colonel Frederick, (Marquis of Taflia, Malta), 
formerly Captain 5th Lancers and 48th Regiment; served in China War 
1860, (medal with two clasps); son-in-law of the late Rev. G. H. Langdon, 
Vicar of Oving, Sussex. (1906) 

Sclby, Mrs Margaret Pearl, widow of Walter Charles Selby, J.P., 
of Biddlestone Hall and Alnmouth, Northumberland; daughter of Henry 

< VMH-LTO Rromilow, of Southport, Lancashire; mother of Lieutenant W 
Arthur Selby, of the Royal Navy. (1899) 



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t Selle, Rev. Edward, a Priest. 

Selley, Rev. E. A., (1843-1910), an Augustinian Friar at St Augustine's 
Priory, Limerick, Ireland ; he founded the Church of The Virgin Mother 
of Good Counsel at Hythe, Kent. (1863) 

t Scllon, Ernest L., Professor of Literature; formerly a Papal Zouave; 
relative of the Rev. Mother Priscilla Lydia Sellon, (1821-1876), foundress 
of the Anglican Society of the Sisters of Mercy of the Holy Trinity, 
Devonport, Devonshire. (1870) 

Sellon, Rev. Marmaduke St Juste, brother of the preceding ; 

a Priest, till lately one of the Westminster Cathedral chaplains, now in 

charge of St Alban's, Dale Grove, North Finchley, London, N. (1870) 

Sells, Lionel, of the General Hospital at Pretoria, Transvaal, South 
Africa. (1901) 

Sergeant, Miss Emily Frances Adeline, (1851-1904), the novelist; 
daughter of the Rev. Richard Sergeant, a Wesley an Minister. (1899) 

Serle, Philip, B.A., Balliol College, Oxford. (1880) 

Serpentelli, IVIrs Nellie, nee Fletcher, wife of Giovanni Serpentelli, 
journalist, of Exeter, Devonshire. 

SeweEl, Rev. John D. W., formerly a Major in the Army; a Priest of 
the Society of Jesus and Director of St Joseph's College, Trichinopoli, 
India; received the Kaiser-I-Hind Medal of the First Class at Delhi 
Durbar, held in 1903. 

Sewell, William, formerly organist at Christ Church, Clapham, London, 
S.W. ; for several years at the Birmingham Oratory; member of the Royal 
Academy of Music; Vice-President of the Society of St Cecilia; musical 
composer; now assistant-organist at Westminster Cathedral. (1885) 

Shakespeare, Mrs, wife of Colonel Shakespeare, of the Royal Engineers. 
Shakespeare, Miss, daughter of Colonel Shakespeare. 

Shapcote, Rev. Edward Gifford, (1827-1886), B.A., Corpus Christi 
College, Cambridge; Missionary in the Orange Free State, then curate of 
St George's-in-the-East, and of St Peter's, London Docks; for fourteen 
years sub-editor of The Tablet ; and Secretary of St Joseph's Association 
for foreign missions ; son of Commander Thomas Shapcote, of the Royal 
Navy. (1868) 

Shapcote, Mrs Emily Mary Gordon, (1828-1909), nee Steward; 
author of several religious works in prose and rhyme; wife of Edward 
Gifford Shapcote, (1827-1886), B.A., Cantab ; mother of the Rev. Edward 
Laurence Shapcote, S.T.L., a Dominican Friar at St Thomas' Priory, 
Rugeley, Staffordshire, and till lately, Provincial of his Order in England. 

(1868) 



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Shapter, Rev. William, a Priest of the Society of Jesus at St Edmunds, 
Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk; son of Dr Shapter, of Exeter, Devonshire. 

(1865) 
Shapter, Miss, a Poor Clare; daughter of Dr Shapter, of Exeter. (1865) 

Sharpe, Rev. Alfred Boyer, of Westminster School; M.A., Christ 
Church, Oxford; successively vicar of St Agnes, Newmarket, rector of St 
Clement's, Philadelphia, U.S.A., and vicar of St Peter's, Vauxhall, 
London, S.E. A Priest, (Westminster Diocesan Missionary); till recently 
chaplain to the Convent of the Daughters of the Cross, Carshalton, 
Surrey; now at the Mission House, Brondesbury Park, London, N.W. ; 
author. (1898) 

Shaw, Frederick, (1799-1852), of the Indian Civil Service; son of Sir 
Frederick Shaw, third Baronet, M.P., and Recorder of Dublin. 

Shaw, Thomas H., author of Reasons for Returning to the True Faith, 
The Roll of Honour, etc. 

Shaw-Kennedy, Major J. F., late of the 79th Regiment; son of John 
Shaw-Kennedy, of Kirkmichael, Maybole, Ayrshire, X.B. ; grandson of 
General Sir James Shaw-Kennedy, (1788-1865), K.C.B., who distinguished 
himself at Waterloo. (1880) 

Shaw-Stewart, Miss, a nun in Edinburgh, N.B. 

Shawe-Storey, Mrs Emmeline Anne, of Arcot Hall, Northumber- 
land; daughter of Henry Shum-Storey, by Emma, daughter of Robert 
Chester Cooper, of Sussex; wife of Laurence Paulet Shawe-Storey, late 
R.N. ; donor of site and church at Annitsford; benefactor to Bursledon 
mission, Hants. (1900) 

t Shea, Alexander B., solicitor, Crown Solicitor at Gibraltar. (1845) 
t Shea, Mrs, wife of Alexander B. Shea, solicitor. (1845) 

Shea, Rev. Henry, (1827-1897), a Priest of the Society of Jesus, and 
for some time a Missionary in India; son of the late Alexander B. Shea, 
solicitor. (1845) 

Shears, Dr, of Streatham, London, S.W. 

Shebbeare, Wilfrid, formerly organist and choirmaster at the Cowley 
Father's Church, Oxford; collaborated in Thv Uoivley Carol Book, and other 
restorations of mediaeval music there; now organist at Downside Abbey, 
Bath, Somersetshire. (1905) 

t Shelley, Arthur John, nephew of Sir John Shelley, sixth Baronet, of 
Castle Goring, M.P. for Westminster. 

t Shelton, Captain Frederick, of Thathley House, Prestbury; 
formerly of the 93rd and 98th Highlanders. 

Shelton, Mrs Jane, wife of the late Captain Frederick Shelton; eldest 
daughter of the Venerable Archdeacon Timbrill, D.D., the last of the 
Tim brill family. 



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Shepheard, Mrs H. H., of The Adyar, Madras, India. 

Shepheard, Dr Philip, of London. 

Shepheard, The Misses, sisters of Dr Philip Shepheard. 

t Shepheard, Rev. Samuel Marsh, B.A., Cantab; for forty-five 
years vicar of Calthorpe, Norfolk. (1894) 

Shepheard, The Misses, sisters of the late Rev. Samuel Marsh 
Shepheard, B.A., Cantab. (1894) 

Shepherd, Dr, of Richmond, Surrey. 

Shepherd, Mrs, wife of Dr Shepherd, of Richmond. 

Sheppard, Rev. James Henry, M.A., Queen's College, Oxford; an 
Anglican clergyman. 

t Sherborne, The Lady, Susan Elizabeth, second wife of the third Baron 
Sherborne ; daughter of James Block, of Charlton, Wiltshire. 




J. W. Sherer, of the Bengal Civil Service; grandson of the Rev. John 
Corrie, M.A., rector of Morcott, Rutlandshire; nephew of the Right Rev. 
Dr Daniel Corrie, (1777-1837), Bishop of Madras. (1875) 

Sherlock, Miss, daughter of Colonel Sherlock; sister-in-law of Sir John 
Sutton, third Baronet, of Norwood Park, Nottinghamshire. 

t Sherson, Lady Anne, Lady Anne Maria Townshend, daughter 
of Rear-Admiral the fourth Marquess of Townshend, (1798-1863), by 
Elizabeth Jane, daughter of Rear-Admiral Lord George Stuart, C.B., 
seventh son of the first Marquess of Bute; wife of Captain Alexander 
Nowell Sherson, of the 72nd Highlanders. 

Sherwood, Frederick William, M.A., scholar of Balliol College, 
Oxford; barrister; sometime President of the Hardwicke Society; Revising 
Barrister of the Oxford Circuit, then Recorder of Worcester. 

Sherwood, Mrs Hilda Clare, wife of Frederick William Sherwood, 
M.A., Oxon; daughter of Dr John Kent Spender, of Bath and of Mrs 
J. K. Spender, the novelist; sister of E. Harold Spender and of Hugh F. 
Spender, the well-known authors and journalists. 

Shield, Miss Alice, the authoress, of a Northumberland family formerly 
seated at Allendale. 

Shipley, Rev. Orby, M.A., Jesus College, Cambridge; an Anglican 

clergyman for twenty- two years; author of several essays, lectures and 

sermons; editor of old English ascetical works, of Annus Fanctus and 

-rniitfi Mariana', for a time editor of The Weekly Register; son of the 

Rev. Charles Shipley, M.A., of Twyford House, Hampshire. (1878, 



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Shipley, IVIrs Zoe, wife of the Rev. Orby Shipley, M.A., Cantab; 
daughter of the Right Hon. James Wilson, (1805-1860), P.C., politician, 
political economist and author. (1878) 

Shipman, Miss, a nun. 

Shortland, The Very Rev. John Rutherford, (1814 1881), of 
\ I arr< >w School ; M. A., ( )riel ( 'ollege, Oxford; curate successively at Guildford, 
Leicester, St I\lary's, Pen/ance and at Kibworth Beau champ. A Priest and 
Canon of the Plymouth Diocese: author; son of Captain Thomas (-Jeorge 
Shortland, (1771-1 8:2 7), of the Royal Navy, resident Commissioner of 
Jamaica, B.W.I.; elder brother of Vice- Admiral Peter Frederick Shortland, 
(1815-1888), who surveyed the coast of Nova Scotia, author. (1851) 

Shuttleworth, Dr. Robert. 

Sibley, The Very Rev. Arthur Fullerton, of Charterhouse School; 
a Benedictine Monk, (l)om Dunstan), Procurator of the International 
Benedictine College of S. Anselmo, Monte Aventino, Rome, for six years, 
then Canon of the Chapter of Newport; now Organist and Precentor at St 
Michael's Priory, Hereford; son of Major- (General Thomas Harmer Sibley, 
of the Bengal Staff Corps, J.P. and County Councillor for Surrey. (1880) 

t Sibley, Mrs Marian Monica, wife of Major-General Thomas Harmer 
Sibley, of the Bengal Staff Corps ; daughter of Captain William Antey, of 
the : ioyal Navy. ( 1 883) 

Sibthorp, Rev. Richard Waldo, (1792-1879), of Westminster School; 
M.A. ; B.D. ; Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford; successively vicar of 
Tattersall ; minister of Percy Chapel, St Pancras, London, N.W. ; Incumbent 
of St James, Ryde, Isle of Wight; founder of St Anne's Bede-1 Louse 
( 'liarity at Lincoln; a noted Evangelical preacher. A Priest at St Chad's 
Cathedral, Birmingham; he left the Church in 1843 and returned in 1865 
when he became attached to St Barnabas Cathedral, Nottingham; author 
of devotional and apologetical works; fifth son of Colonel Humphrey 
Waldo Sibthorp, M.P. for Lincoln; nephew of John Sibthorp, (1758-1796), 
the botanist; brother of Colonel Charles de Lact Waldo Sibthorp, (1783- 
1855), M.P. for Lincoln, the opposer of Catholic Emancipation, Parlia- 
mentary Reform and Free Trade. (1842) 

Sidebottom, Miss, daughter of Joseph Watson Sidebottom, formerly 
M.P. for the Hyde Division of Cheshire. (1894) 

Sidebottom, Miss Frances, daughter of an Anglican clergyman. 
Sid ley, Dr, councillor of Manchester. (1906) 

Sidley, Mrs, wife of Dr Sidley. (1906) 

Sidney, William Marlow, (1752-1839), B.A., Cantab; of Cowpen Hall, 
Northumberland; son of Lawrence Sidney, of Queen's Square, London, 
W.C., and of Homerton, Middlesex. (1771) 

t Sidney, Mrs Mary, wV Mannar; wife of William Marlow Sidney 
(1752-1839), B.A., Cantab. (1 ""1) 



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Silk, Mrs, wife of Dr Silk, of Harrow, Middlesex. (1891) 

Sills, Henry, solicitor, of London. 

t Simeon, The Hon. Lady Catherine, Hon. Catherine Dorothea 
Colville, sister of the eleventh Baron Colville of Culross, K.P. ; second wife 
of Sir John Barrington Simeon, (1815-1870), third Baronet; sister of the 
late Viscountess Newry. (18G1) 

t Simeon, Lady Jane Maria, first wife of Sir John Barrington 
Simeon, (1815-1870), third Baronet; daughter of Sir F. F. Baker, first 
Baronet and Under-Secretary of State for Ireland. (1851) 

Simeon, Sir John Barrington, (1815-1870), M.A., Christ Church, 
Oxford; third Baronet, M.P. for Isle of Wight; J.P. for Southampton; 
author. (1851) 

Simeon, Mrs Laura Jane, daughter of Captain Westropp-Dawson, 
of Charlesfort, co. "VVexford; by Laura Felicia Susan, sister of Sir Arthur 
Temple Felix Clay, fourth Baronet, wife of Edmund Charles Simeon, 
second son of Sir John Barrington Simeon, (1815-1870), third Baronet: 
heir to his brother, the present Baronet. (1883) 

t Simmonds, Mrs Elizabeth Susannah, daughter of Sir Robert 
Graham, eighth Baronet, of Esk; wife of Lieutenant-Colonel Simmonds, 
late of the 55th Regiment. 

Simmonds, Robert, son of Lieutenant-Colonel Simmonds. 
Simmonds, William Henry, son of Lieutenant- Colonel Simmonds. 

Simpson, Rev. Charles Ernest Fox, of Tonbridge School; LL.B., 
London University ; a solicitor. A Priest of the Society of Jesus ; 
Professor of Law and Senior Prefect of Philosophers at Stonyhurst College, 
Blackburn, Lancashire. (1892) 

Simpson, Edward, B.A., St John's College, Cambridge. (1846) 

Simpson, Miss Emily, a nun. 

Simpson, John Palgrave, (1807-1887), M.A., Corpus Christi College, 
Cambridge; author and dramatist; Secretary of the Dramatic Authors' 
Society. (1860) 

t Simpson, Rev. Joseph P., M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge; 
curate of Langton, Yorkshire. A Priest at St John the Baptist, Brighton, 
Sussex; son of the Rev. Joseph Simpson, M.A., vicar of Horsted, Sussex. 

(1848) 

Simpson, Rev. Richard, (1820-1876), M.A., Oriel College, Oxford; 
vicar of Mitcham, Surrey: author and Shakespearean Scholar; editor of 
The Rambler and The Home and Foreign Review, son of William Simpson, 
of Wallington, Surrey. (1845) 

t Simpson, Mrs Elizabeth Mary, wifo of tho Rev. Richard Simpson, 
(1820-1876), M.A., Oxon. (1845) 



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Simpson, Rev. Robert, (1819-1887), B.A., St John's College, Oxford; 
an Anglican curate. A Priest and founder of the Catholic Mission at 
Mitcham, Surrey; son of William Simpson, of Wallington, Surrey. (1846) 

t Simpson, William, M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge; Lord of the 
Manor of Mitcham, Surrey; descendant of Archbishop Cranmer; brother 
of the Rev. Robert Simpson, (1819-1887), B.A., Oxon. (1843) 

t Sims, Rev. Austin, a Passionist Priest and Rector of St Paul's 
Retreat, Mount Argus, Dublin. (1853) 

t Sims, Miss Emily, sister of the late Rev. Austin Sims. (1850) 

f Sims, Miss S. A., sister of the late Rev. Austin Sims. (1851) 

Sisley, Charles Percival, of St Olave's Grammar School, Southwark; 
publisher; editor of Cycling, then of The London Magazine,, etc.; son of 
Charles Towers Sisley. (1893) 

Sitwell, Mrs Margaret Elizabeth, daughter of Matthew Tewart 
Culley, M.A., J.P., of Coupland Castle, Northumberland; wife of Captain 
Francis Honorius Sisson Sitwell, of the Durham Light Infantry; sister of 
the Rev. Matthew Culley, a Priest, J.P., of Coupland Castle, Northumber- 
land, and Lord of the Manor of Akeld. (1894) 

Skeet, Major Francis John Angus, of Felsted School; served with 
the 4th P>attalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers in the late South African War, 
member of the Catholic Union and Catholic Record Society. 

t Skelton, Miss Gwendoline Graham, daughter of Colonel J. 
Skelton. (1900) 

Skene, Arthur Philip, B.A., Durham LTniversity. 

Skrimshire, Mrs Em Hie, (1828-1895), daughter of Lieutenant Kentish, 
of the Royal Navy; wife of the Rev. Henry Skrimshire, B.A., rector of 
Hertford; mother of the Rev. Donald Skrimshire, a Priest and Missionary 
Rector of Our Most Holy Redeemer, Chelsea, London, S.W. (1868) 

Slade, Mrs Charlotte, (1822-1909), wife of General Marcus John Slade, 
(1802-1872), daughter-in-law of the late General Sir John Slade, G.C.H., 
first Baronet; granddaughter of the twelfth Earl of Dalhousie. (1867) 

Slade, Lady Janet, daughter of General R. B. Wood, C.B.; second wife 
of Major-General Sir John Ramsay Slade, R.H., K.C.B. (1882) 

Slade, Major-General Sir John Ramsay, of the Royal Artillery, 
K.C.B. ; served in Afghan War, 1878-80, and Transvaal Campaign, 
1881; D.A.H. and Q.M.G., 1882-87, A.D.C. to Queen Victoria; Military 
ffftache at British Embassy at Rome; commanded Royal Artillery in 
N.E. District, and in Egypt, 1903-05; Gentleman Usher to the King; 
eldest son of General Marcus Slade, (1802-1872), C.B., third son of the 
first Baronet. (18G7) 



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Sla.de, Major Montagu Maule, (1849-1884), of the 10th Hussars; 
was killed at the battle of El Teb; younger son of General Marcus John 
Slade, (1802-1872), C.B., third son of the late General Sir John Slade, 
G.C.H., first Baronet, who served in the Peninsular War. (1883) 

Slater, John Anderson, of Polsham Park, Paignton, Devonshire. (1885) 

S latter, William Walter, B.A., Queen's College, Oxford; son of an 
Anglican clergyman. (1880) 

Sleeman, Captain J. L., of the Royal Sussex Regiment; Adjutant to 
the Officer's Training Corps of the new Belfast University; grandson of 
General Sir W. H. Sleeman. (1908) 

Smee, Rev. Richard, a Dominican lay-brother; son of John Smee, of 
Chelmsford, Essex. (1863) 

Smee, Miss F., sister of the Rev. Richard Smee. (1867) 

Smith, Albert, of Somerset House, 

Smith, Sir Andrew, (1797-1872), K.C.B., Director-General of the Army 
Medical Department; author of Illustrations of the Zoology of South Africa, 
etc. 

Smith, Very Rev. Bernard, (1815-1903), M.A., Fellow of Magdalen 
College, Oxford; rector of Leadenham, Lincolnshire. A Priest, Canon and 
Rural Dean in charge of St Peter's, Great Mario w, Buckinghamshire. (1844) 

Smith, Charles Wenham, (1846-1901), Mus.Bac., Xew College, 
Oxford; musical composer; organist of St George's Cathedral, South wark, 
London, S.E. ; professor of music at St Joseph's College, Clapham, London, 
S.W.; for a time sub-conductor at the Gaiety Theatre, London, W.C., 
then organist in New York. (1873) 

Smith, Edward Thomas, B.A., St John's College, Cambridge. (1883) 

t Smith, Mrs, wife of the late Colonel Smith, of Alexandra Park, 
Manchester. (1873) 

Smith, Rev. George, of St Augustine's College, Canterbury; curate of 
St Mary's, Poplar, London, E. (1872) 

Smith, Rev. Hugh Nanney, M.A., Caius and Gonville College, 
Cambridge; curate of St Mary's, Walkley, Sheffield, Yorkshire; son of the 
Rev. Thomas Smith, M.A., formerly vicar of the same church. (1901) 

Smith, James, brother of Dr W. H. Smith. 

t Smith, James, a Presbyterian, solicitor, journalist, and sometime 
editor of The Dublin Review; father of the Most Rev. Dr James A. Smith, 
Archbishop of St Andrews and Edinburgh; grandfather of Captain 
Archibald Dominic Smith-Sligo. 

t Smith, J. Stores, formerly Director of the Sheepbridge Iron and 
Coal Company, Derbyshire; author. 

Smith, Mrs Jessie Addison, daughter-in-law of the late Colonel 
Smith, of Alexandra Park, Manchester. (1896) 



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t Smith, John, J.P., of Bangor, co. Down, Ireland; formerly a 
Presbyterian. (1894) 

t Smith, Rev. John Campbell, M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge; 
an Anglican clergyman. (1845) 

t Smith, Rev. Parks, M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge; vicar of St 
John's, Torquay, Devonshire. (1870) 

Smith, Robert Calder, (1847-1904), Secretary of the Chamber of 
Commerce, Manila, Philippine Isles. (1873) 

Smith, Miss, daughter of an Essex vicar. 

Smith, Rev. Sydney Fenn, a Priest of the Society of Jesus at The 
Immaculate Conception, Farm Street, Berkeley Square, London, W.; 
formerly Professor of Stonyhurst, Beaumont and St. Beuno's Colleges; at 
one time editor of The Month and of Scripture Manuals for (JuAknlic Schools ; 
attached to Writers' Staff, Farm Street, since 1891; eldest son of the Rev. 
Sydney Smith, M.A., vicar of Worth, near Sandwich, Kent. (1864) 

Smith, Rev. Thomas, a Priest-in-chargo of S.S. Henry and Elizabeth, 
Sheerness, Kent. (1878) 

Smith, The Very Rev. Thomas Ambrose, of Pickering Grammar 
School, Yorkshire; Dominican Friar, and Prior of Hawkesyard, Rugeley, 
Staffordshire. (1862) 

Smith, Thomas Sydney, musical composer; formerly sub-organist at 
St George's Cathedral, Southwark, London, S.E. ; brother of Charles 
Wenham Smith, (1846-1901), Mus. Bac. of New College, Oxford. (1870) 

t Smith-Dodsworth, Mrs Jane Rebecca, wife of Frederick Smith 
Smith-Dods worth, (1822-1885), son of Sir Charles Smith-Dodsworth, third 
Baronet; daughter of John Young, of Westridge, Isle of Wight. 

Smyth, Very Rev. C. J. MoncriefF, of Christ College, Cambridge; a 
Priest and Canon of Westminster; till lately Chief Inspector of Religious 
Education hi the Archdiocese of Westminster; Chairman of Westminster 
Diocesan Education Fund; son of Maidstone Smyth, of Gibliston, Fyfe, N.B. 

Smyth, Mrs H. S. Moore, daughter-in-law of the fifth Earl of Mount 
Cashell. (1897) 

t Smythe, Rev. John Rowley, formerly a Magistrate in Ceylon. A 
Priest and Military Chaplain in Colombo, Ceylon; son of a Presbyterian 
Minister of co. Kerry, Ireland. (1S7U) 

Snelgrove, Herbert, of the well-known London firm. (1891) 

Soames, Miss, of Irnham Hall, Grantham, Lincolnshire. 
Soddall, Mrs, an English lady, wife of a Swiss Judge. 

Somers, The Countess Virginia, widow of the third and last Earl 
Somers, (1819-1883); daughter of James Pattle, of the Bengal Civil Service. 

(1892) 



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Somers-Cocks, The Hon. Mrs Anne, (1826-1899), daughter of the 
Rev. Joseph Simpson, M.A., rector of Horsted, Sussex; sister of the 1 ate 
Rev. Joseph Simpson, M.A., Cantab, a Priest at Brighton ; mother of 
Philip Alphonso Somers-Cocks, H.B.M.'s Consul at Lisbon, Commander 
of the Order of St Gregory the Great ; and of Charles Sebastian Somers- 
Cocks, C.M.G., since 1904 Special Assistant Secretary at the Foreign Office. 

(1849) 

Somers-Cocks, The Hon. and Rev. John James Thomas, 
(1820-1906), of Westminster School; M.A., Brasenose College, Oxford; 
for twelve years rector of Sheviocke, Cornwall, son of the second Earl 
Somers; grandson of the third Earl of Hardwicke; husband of the 
Hon. Mrs Anne Somers-Cocks. (1856) 

Somcrville, The Misses, daughters of Mrs Mary Somerville, (1780- 
1872), the scientific writer, and daughter of Sir William George Fairfax. 

Songe, Mrs J. A., daughter of Colonel Haffe, of Wigtonshire, N.B. 

Soppet, Charles Edward, for ten years churchwarden of St John's, 
Hammersmith, London, W. (1895) 

Southerden, Rev. William, of King's College, London; curate of St 
Peter's, London Docks, and then at St John's, Torquay, Devonshire. (1885) 

Southwell, The Viscountess, the Hon. Dorothy Katharine Walrond, 
wife of the fifth Viscount Southwell; daughter of the Right Hon. Lord 
Waleran, first Baron. (1899) 

Spain, Her Majesty Victoria Eugenie of, Princess Victoria 
Eugenie Julia Ena of Battenberg; only daughter of H.R.H. Princess 
Beatrice Mary Victoria Feodore, of Great Britain and Ireland; grand- 
daughter of Queen Victoria; niece of King Edward VII ; godchild of the 
Empress Eugenie; wife of H.M. King Alfonso XIII of Spain. (1906) 

Span, Mrs J., sister of the Rev. W. T. du Boulay, M.A., vicar of St Mary 
Boltons, West Brompton, London, W. (1881) 

Sparks, Miss M. A., sister of Edward A. Sparks, barrister. 

Spearman, Mrs, daughter-in-law of the Right Hon. Sir Alexander 
Young Spearman, first Baronet. (1875) 

Spedding, Carlisle James Scott, of Tonbridge School; B.A., Queen's 
College, Oxford; Private Chamberlain to Popes Leo XIII and Pius X, 
acted as a Gold Staff Officer at the coronation of Edward VII; younger 
son of Captain James Dykes Spedding; grandson of the Hon. W. F. 
Wyndham, and of Major Spedding, of Summergrove, Cumberland. (1881) 

Spedding, James P. H. Wyndham, B.A., St John's College, 
Cambridge; elder son of Captain James Dykes Spedding, and heir of 
Major Spedding, of Summergrove, Cumberland. (1880) 

Spencer, The Hon. and Rev. George, (1799-1864), of Eton College; 
M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge; rector of Brington, and chaplain to the 
Right Rev. Dr Charles James Blomfield, (1786-1857), Lord Bishop of 
London. A Passionist Priest, (Father Ignatius of St Paul), and rector of 
St Anne's Retreat, Sutton, St Helen's, Lancashire; author; son of the 
second Earl Spencer, (1758-1834), who was First Lord of the Admiralty 
under Pitt. (1830) 



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Spender, Hugh F., of Bath College; B.A., Oriel College, Oxford; late 
Assistant- Editor of The Daily News; Lobby Representative of Tin; > 
minster Gazette; son of Dr John Kent Spender, of Bath, and of Mrs Spender, 
the novelist. (1894) 

Sperling, Mrs Anna Maria, daughter of Sir George Barrow, C.B.. 
second Baronet, at one time Chief Clerk of the Colonial Office and 
Registrar of the Order of St Michael and St George; wife of the Rev. 
John Hanson Sperling, (1825-1894), M.A., Cantab, rector of Westbourne, 
Sussex; and family. (1870) 

Sperling, Miss Hariett Maria, daughter of Harvey James Sperling, 
of Lattenbury; niece of the Rev. John Hanson Sperling, (1825-1894), M.A., 
Cantab, rector of Westbourn^e, Sussex. (1861) 

Sperling, Rev. John Hanson, (1825-1894), M.A., Trinity College, 
Cambridge; curate of St Mary Abbots, Kensington, London, W. ; then 
rector of Westbourne, Sussex; contributor of 10,000 to the building of 
St Mary's Catholic Church, Leek, Staffordshire, of which his son the Rev. 
Alfred Montague Sperling, is now Priest-in-charge. (1870) 

Sperling, Miss Lettice, daughter of the Rev. Frederick Sperling, 
M. A., of Nice, France, formerly rector of Pepworth St Agnes, Huntingdon- 
shire; niece of the Rev. John Hanson Sperling, (1835-1894), M.A., 
Cantab. (1895) 

Sperling, Miss Mary Anne, daughter of Harvey James Sperling, of 
Lattenbury; niece of the Rev. John Hanson Sperling, (1825-1894), .M.A., 
Cantab, rector of Westbourne, Sussex; and of the Rev. Frederick Sperling, 
M.A., late rector of Pepworth St Agnes, Huntingdonshire. (1895) 

Spode, Josiah, (1823-1893), J.P., of Hawkesyard, Rugeley; D.L., and 
Sheriff of Staffordshire. (1886) 

Spranger, Henry William, B.A., Exeter College, Oxford. (1885) 

Sproston, Mrs Laura Helen, daughter of Charles Twyford, of 
Southampton; wife of the Rev. Samuel Sproston, B.A., Cantab; vicar of 
Winterbourne, Down, Gloucestershire; and her five children. (1889) 

Sproston, Rev. Samuel, of Shrewsbury School; B.A., scholar of 
Magdalene College, Cambridge; curate of St Faith's, Stoke Newington, 
London, N.; member of the London Diocesan Conference, then vicar of 
W inter bourne, Down, Gloucestershire; at one time private tutor to the 
sons of the third Marquess of Bute, K.T. ; son of the Rev. Samuel Thomas 
Sproston, M.A., of Sproston Wood, Cheshire, for many years Vicar of 
Heath Town, Wolverhampton; grandson of the Rev. George Sproston, 
M.A., vicar of Trindon, Durham. (1889) 

Spurrier, Alfred Henry, of the Royal Grammar School, Guiidford; 
Gregorian University, London Hospital, L.R.C.P. ; Fellow of the Royal 
Colonial Institute, F.R.G.S. ; Physician-in-Extraordinary to H.H. the 
Sultan of Zanzibar; editor of the Government of Zanzibar Gazette. (1887) 



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Stacey, Rev. George, (1858-1909), B.A., Downing College, Cambridge; 
a Priest, successively at Holy Trinity, Brook Green, Hammersmith; 
Professor at St Edmund's College, Ware, and then at the House of God, 
Stillorgan, co. Dublin; son of George Stacey, of Tottenham, London, N.; 
cousin of the Very Rev. Richard William Church, M.A., (1815-1890), Dean 
of St Paul's Cathedral, London. (1880) 

Stanfield, Rev. Francis, a Priest, till lately at St Edmund's College, 
Old Hall, Ware, Hertfordshire; now retired; son of George Clarkson 
Stanfield, (1828-1878), the painter ; composer of many popular Catholic 
hymns. 

t Stanfield, John, of the firm of Messrs Stanfield, Leeds, Yorkshire. 

Stanfield, Mrs, wife of George Clarkson Stanfield, (1828-1878), the 
painter. 

Stanfield, Rev. Raymund, a Priest and chaplain of Convent of the 
Good Shepherd, Hammersmith, London, W. ; younger son of the preceding. 

Stanley, The Hon. and Right Rev. Algernon Charles, of 

Harrow and Rugby Schools; M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge; Incumbent 
of Holy Cross and St Anne's, Soho, London, W. Now Bishop of Emmaus, 
formerly coadjutor to Cardinal Vaughan (1832-1903); fourth son of the 
second Baron Stanley of Alderley, P.O., President of the Board of Trade, 
and Post Master General; grandson of the thirteenth Viscount Dillon. 

(1879) 

Stanley, Mrs Frances, mother of the Rev. James Stanley, (1835-1896), 
a lay-brother of the Society of Jesus. 

Stanley, Rev. Henry, formerly a Methodist Minister. A Priest-in- 
charge of St Peter's, Gorleston-on-Sea, Suffolk. 

Stanley, Miss Mary, (1813-1879), eldest daughter of the Hon. and Right 
Rev. Dr Edward Stanley, (1779-1849), Lord Bishop of Norwich, brother of 
the first Baron Stanley, of Alderley; sister of the Very Rev. Arthur 
Penrhyn Stanley, (1815-1881), Dean of Westminster; she established 
a Military Hospital at Koulalee during the Crimean War; authoress. 

(1856) 

Stansfeld, J. B. Evelyn, M.A., Oxon; formerly Captain 3rd Duke of 
Wellington's West Riding Regiment; Hon. Treasurer of the Catholic Truth 
Society; member of British Council of Association for the Propagation of 
the Faith; son of the Rev. John Stansfeld, M.A., vicar of Cold Coniston, 
Yorkshire, and Elizabeth, daughter of John Birkbeck, of Anley, near Settle, 
Yorkshire. (1895) 

Stan ton, Mrs Henrietta, daughter of Sir Alexander Jardine, eighth 
Baronet, of Dumfrieshire ; wife of Captain Harold James Clifford Stanton, 
late of the King's Own Scottish Borderers. 

Stanton, Henry, B.A., Pembroke College, Oxford. (1878) 

Stanton, Rev. Richard Mary, (1828-1901), B.A., Brasenose College, 
Oxford; a Priest of the Brompton Oratory, London, S.W.; author. (1845) 
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Stannel, Mrs, wife of Charles George Stannel, solicitor, of Dublin. (1892) 

Stapley, Rev. Charles M., (1853-1905), formerly a Veterinary Surgeon. 
A Priest-in- charge of St Augustine's, Tunbridge Wells, Kent. (1887) 

Starkie, Mrs Cicely, second daughter of Sir James de Hoghton, 
eleventh Baronet of Hoghton Tower, near Preston, Lancashire; wife of 
Piers Cecil le Gendre Starkie, of Ribbleton Hall, Lancashire. (1908) 

Starkie, Piers Cecil le Gendre, of Ribbleton Hall, Lancashire; 
youngest son of the late Lieutenant-Colonel le Gendre Nicholas Starkie, of 
Huntroyde, Lancashire. 

Statter, Miss, daughter of the Vicar of Worminghall. 

t Staunton, George Staunton Lynch, B.A., Trinity College, Dublin; 
J.P. and D.L. for co. Galway, Ireland. 

t Staunton, Mrs, wife of George Staunton Lynch Staunton, J.P. 

Staunton, Mrs, wife of Captain R. Lynch Staunton, of the Galway 
Militia; sister-in-law of the above. 

Stave rt, Rev. Archibald Arthur B., M.A., Durham University; 
successively curate at Farnborough, Berkshire; Eastleigh ; Southsea; 
South Queensferry, and then vicar of Tims bury, Hampshire; novelist. (1904) 

St Clare, Miss, daughter of Professor St Clare, of Edinburgh, N.B.; till 
lately Head of the Jubilee Institution of Dublin. (1889) 

Stebbing, George, (1828-1893), of Clapham, London, S,W. ; father of 
the Very Rev. George Stebbing, B.A., London University, a Redemptorist 
Priest, Provincial of his Order 1904-8, now Rector of St Mary's, Clapham, 
London, S.W. (1865) 

Stebbing, Mrs Mary Anne Elizabeth, (1828-1887), daughter of 
J. G. Hodges, of Chancery Lane, London, E.G. ; wife of the late George 
Stebbing, of Clapham, London, S.W. (1852) 

Steele, Miss Francesca Maria Fanny, the novelist who writes 
under the nom de guerre of " Darley Dale " ; daughter of Robert Peter 
Steele and of Mary, daughter of Benjamin Francis, of Twyford, Norfolk. 
Educated at Bedford College. Author of Convents of Great Britain, St 
Bridget of Sweden, etc., contributor to the Catholic Encyclopedia, American 
Catholic Quarterly, etc. (1887) 

Steggall, Rev. Augustus William, a Priest-in-charge of the Church 
of Corpus Christi, North End, Portsmouth; son of Dr John William 
Billing Steggall, M.R.C.S., L.S.A., formerly house surgeon at Charing 
Cross Hospital and at one time at the Italian Hospital, Queen's Square, 
London, E.G. 

Steggel, Robert, (1830-1890), of the Croft, Southover, Lewes, Sussex; 
poet and author. (1888) 

t Stenbock, Count, B.A., Balliol College, Oxford. (1880) 



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Stephens, Rev. Ernest Aitken, M.A., Corpus Christi College, 
Cambridge; successively curate of Christ Church, Isle of Dogs, Poplar, E. 
and of St Simon's, Baptist Mills, Bristol. (1909) 

Stephens, John, B.A., Trinity College, Cambridge. 

Steuart, Mrs Caroline Anna, wife of John Steuart, (1837-1895), 
of Ballechin, Perthshire, J.P., D.L., Knight of the order of St Gregory 
the Great, lineal descendant of King James II. of Scotland ; eldest 
daughter of Sir Albert de Hochepied Larpent, second Baronet; mother of 
Captain John Malcolm Steuart, Scottish Horse Imperial Yeomanry, J.P. 
for Perthshire; of Lieutenant Bernard Steuart, late of the Black Watch, 
who served in last South African War in Lumsden's Horse; of the Rev. 
Robert Henry Joseph Steuart, a Priest of the Society of Jesus and 
Professor at Stonyhurst College, Blackburn; and of the Rev. Ronald 
Morley Steuart, a Benedictine Monk (Dom Benedict) at St Benedict's 
Abbey, Fort Augustus, N.B. (1868) 

Steuart, Mrs Constance, daughter of the late Captain E. Fortescue, 
of the 1st Battalion Rifle Brigade; wife of Francis Gerald Steuart, of 
Oakwood, Hampshire, second son of John Steuart, (1837-1895), J.P., D.L. 
of Ballechin, Perthshire, N.B. (1898) 

t Stevens, Rev. John, a Priest of the Redemptorist Order; for many 
years at St Mary's, Clapham, London, S.W. (1845) 

Stevens, Rev. Thomas, (1819-1869), of King's College, London; M.A., 
Oriel College, Oxford; successively chaplain to the Duke of Devonshire at 
Chats worth, vicar of Hathersage, Derbyshire, vicar of Mansfield Wood- 
house; he died in deacon's orders at Oscott College; son of the late Rev. 
John Stevens, M.A., Prebendary of Chichester and vicar of Swalcliffe, 
Oxfordshire, by his wife Ann Maria Norton; his three brothers were 
Anglican clergymen. (1865) 

Stevenson, Rev. Joseph, (1806-1895), of Glasgow University; M.A., 
Durham University; LL.D., St Andrew's University; of the Manuscript 
Department of the British Museum, sub-commissioner of Public Records; 
librarian and keeper of Durham Records; then incumbent of Leigh ton 
Buzzard, Bedfordshire. A Priest of the Society of Jesus at The Immaculate 
Conception, Farm Street, Berkeley Square, London, W; historian and 
archivist; son of Robert Stevenson, surgeon, of Berwick-on-Tweed. (1863) 

t Stevenson, Mrs Mary Ann, wife of the Rev. Joseph Stevenson, 
(1806-1895) ; daughter of John Craig, of Mount Florida, Glasgow, N.B. 

(1863) 
Stewart, Miss Alice, daughter of Colonel Stewart, of Folkestone, Kent. 

Stewart, Rev. Ambrose, M.A., Edinburgh University; a Minister of 
the Episcopal Church of Scotland. 

t Stewart, Sir Andrew, K.C.M.G., Chief Justice of the Province of 
Quebec, Canada. (1891) 

t Stewart, Rev. Chevalier, B.A., Christ Church, Oxford; a Benedictine 
Monk; son of Sir George Drunimond Stewart, Bart. (1829) 



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t Stewart, Douglas, grandson of Admiral Sir William Houston Stewart, 
OiOLR (1884) 

Stewart, Dr Edward, J.P., for Sussex: son-in-law of the fourteenth 
Duke of Norfolk. (1888) 

Stewart, Francis Hugh, of St Andrew's University; son of the 
K. M. Stewart, ot St Andrews, X.B. 

Stewart, Henry S., late of the Civil Service. (1849) 

t Stewart, Rev. James Alexander, M.A., St John's College, 
Cambridge; rector of Vange, Essex: father of the above. (1849) 

Stewart, Rev. James, M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge; curate of 

Wolvertone: Fellow of the Royal University of Ireland; professor of 

ek and Latin at the Catholic University College, Dublin. (1849) 

Stewart, Mrs, wife of the Rev. James Stewart, M.A., Cantab. (1849) 

Stewart, Miss Margaret Douglas, daughter of Douglas Stewart; 
iddanghtn of Admiral Sir William Houston Stewart, G.C.B. 

Stewart, Mrs, wife of Colonel Stewart, of Folkestone, Kent. 

Stewart, Miss, daughter of the Rev. James Alexander Stewart, MA., 
late rector oi Yunge. l^ssex. (1849) 

Stewart, Miss, of Ascog Hall, Buteshire, X.R (1891) 

Stewart, Rev. Robert, a Priest of the Society of Jesus at St Mary's 
Hall, Stonyhurst, Blackburn, Lancashire. 

Stewart, Rev. Robert Morris, of Hope Street, St Andrews, X.B.: 
formerly Parish Minister of Galashiels, Selkirkshire, N.B.; author of The 
Church of Scotland. 

Stewart, Robert M., B.A., Balliol College, Oxford: son of the Rev. R. 

M. Stewart 

St George, Lady Rose, wife of Sir John St George, fifth Baronet; 

daughter oi' Sir George Berkley, K.C.M.G. 

t Still, Rev. Robert Trevor, B.A., Trinity College, Dublin; vicar of 
Kenn-Yatton, Somersetshire. (1897) 

Still, Mrs, wife of the late Rev. Robert Trevor Still; and two children. 

(1898) 
Stillwell, Edward, (1818-1881), of the War Office. 

t Stillwell, Mrs, wife of Edward Stillwell, (1S18-1881), of the War Office. 

St John, Rev. Ambrose, (1 ' ). of Westminster School; M.A., 

Chri<t Church, Oxford: curate of East Farleigh, and then rector of 
W aimer, Kent. A Priest of the Birmingham Oratory, and for several 

'S Headmaster of the Oratory School, Kdgbaston; son of Henr 
John, ai: ! ti of the tenth Baron Si 'etshoe; author: editor of 

the h'"colla of Indulgences, and a close friend of Cardinal Newman. (JMf) 






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St John, Mrs Cecilia, wife of Lieutenant St John, R.N. ; daughter of 
Major Henry Lavie, Bombay Army. 

St John, The Very Rev. Edward, a Priest and Canon of the 

Southwark Chapter ; nephew of the preceding ; sixth son of Frederick 
St John, by Mary, daughter of Edward Bramah. 

St John, Thomas Charles St Andrew, formerly Lieutenant in the 
Royal Navy; son of General Robert St John, of Lord Bolingbroke's 
family. 

Stock, Lady Gertrude, (1842-1904), Lady Gertrude Douglas, daughter 
of the seventh Marquess of Queensberry; granddaughter of General Sir 
William Robert Clayton, fifth Baronet, M.P., for Dumfrieshire and 
Comptroller of the Household. (1863) 

Stockley, Miss Alice Josephine, a Sister of Charity in Dublin; 
sister of Professor W. F. P. Stockley. (1897) 

Stockley, W. F. P., M.A., Trinity College, Dublin; formerly Professor 
of Modern Languages at the University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, 
Nova Scotia; now Professor of English Literature and History at Queen's 
College, Cork; son of John Surtees "Stockley. (1894) 

Stoker, Mrs Florence Anne Lemon, daughter of the late Lieutenant- 
Colonel Balcombe; wife of Bram Stoker, barrister, author and manager to 
the late Sir Henry Irving. (1904) 

t Stokes, Charles S., B.A., Trinity College, Cambridge. (1845) 



t Stokes, Mrs Emma Louisa, wife of Scott Nasmyth Stokes, 

1891), B.A., Cantab; daughter of the Rev. F. C, Walsh; mother of Adrian 
Stokes, A.R.A. ; of Leonard Aloysius Scott Stokes, the architect, and of 
Frederick AVilfrid Scott Stokes, the engineer and managing director of the 
firm of Ransome and Rapier. (1842) 

Stokes, F. R., B.A., Trinity College, Dublin. 

Stokes, The Very Rev. George Frederick, B.A., St John's College, 
Cambridge. A Priest, Canon of Northampton Chapter, till lately in charge 
of Church of the Sacred Heart, Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire; now at St 
Etheldreda, Ely, Cambridgeshire; son of J. G. Stokes, of Hoddesdon, 
Hertfordshire. 

Stokes, James Folliott, (1828-1899), Civil Engineer to the Government 
of India; son of Charles Scott Stokes, solicitor, of London. (1848) 

Stokes, Scott Nasmyth, (1826-1891), of St Paul's School, London, W.; 
B.A., scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge; Secretary to the Camden 
Society; Senior Inspector of Schools; brother of the above. (1842) 

Stone, Miss Jean Mary, ( -1908), the historical writer. 
t Storks, Captain H. N. R., of the 97th Regiment. 

Storer, John, Mus. Doc.; composer and organist of St Patrick's, Soho 
Square, London, W. (1888) 



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Story, Mrs, wife of Admiral Story. 

Story, Captain William Oswald, of the Royal Navy; served at 
Perak, in Egypt, and in the Suakiin Expedition. 

Story, Mrs, wife of Captain William Oswald Story, R.N. 

t Stothert, Rev. James Augustus, M.A., Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge; advocate of the Edinburgh Bar. A Priest. (1844) 

1 Stowell, Mrs, wife of Anthony Stowell, of the London and County 
Banking Company. 

Strachey, Miss, daughter of Sir John Strachey, G.E.S.I, who acted as 
Viceroy of India after the assassination of the Earl of Mayo. 

Strange, Lieutenant Andrew L., of the Royal Navy. 

Strange, Assistant-Paymaster Charles S., of the Royal Navy; 
brother of Lieutenant Andrew Strange, R.N. 

Strange, Miss Louisa, sister of Lieutenant Andrew L. Strange, R.N. 
Strange, Miss M., sister of Lieutenant Andrew L. Strange, R.N. 
Strange, Miss Muriel, sister of Lieutenant Andrew L. Strange, R.N. 

Strickland, Lady, Lady Adeline Sackville; daughter of the seventh 
Earl De la Warr; wife of Sir Gerald Strickland, (Count Delia Catena, of 
Malta), K.C.M.G.; Governor of Tasmania. (1889) 

Stronge, Austin, grandson of Mrs Robert Louis Stevenson, wife of the 
novelist. 

Stuart, Miss Janet Erskine, daughter of the Hon. and Rev. Andrew 
Godfrey Stuart, M.A., (1812-18R9), rector of Cottesmore, Rutland; grand- 
daughter of the second Earl of Castle-Stuart. A nun and Mother General 
of the Sisters of The Sacred Heart. (1879) 

t Stuart, Rev. John Henry, B.A., St John's College, Cambridge; 
curate of Bramford. (1850) 

Stuart, Miss, an Anglican Sister at Oxford. 

Stuart-Mills, Charles, son of Captain Stuart-Mills. ( 1891) 

Stuart-Mills, Ethelbert, son of Captain Stuart-Mills. (1891) 

t St urges, Mrs Eveline Mary Agnes Cust, daughter of Robert 
Ellis Green, of Foxhillbank Hall, Church, Lancashire; and sister of the 
Rev. Eric F. Green, at Isleworth, Middlesex. 

Sugden, Rev T. Harold, of Lincoln College, Oxford; a Priest at the 
Pro-Cathedral, Clifton, Bristol. (1898) 

Surtees, Miss Elizabeth, of Hamsterley Hall, Rowlands Gill, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne; eldest daughter of Robert Smith Surtees, J.P. and 
D.L.; granddaughter of Robert Surtees, (1803-1864), the antiquary and 
topographer; sister of Colonel Charles Freville Surtees, J.P., D.L., 
Durham. (1870) 



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SutclifFe, Rev. Joseph George, of Shrewsbury School; M.A 
scholar of Clare College, Cambridge; curate of St Nicholas, Great 
Yarmouth, Norfolk. (1880) 

SutclifFe, Mrs Katherine, (1853-1890), wife of the above; daughter 
of the Rev. 11. M. Willis, M.A., rector of Trimley St Mary. (1880) 

Sutcliffe, The Very Rev. William Ormond, of Shrewsbury 
School; M.A., scholar, First Class Classical Tripos, St John's College, 
Cambridge. A Priest and Canon of Westminster; first Master of St 
Edmund's House, Cambridge; Chief Religious Inspector for the Arch- 
diocese of Westminster; on Council of Catholic College for Women at 
Cambridge; brother of the Rev. Joseph George Sutcliffe, M.A., Cantab, 
curate of St Nicholas, Great Yarmouth. (1881) 

1 Sutherland, William of Rosemount, Sunday's Well, co. Cork, 
Ireland ; father of the Rev. V. M. Sutherland, a Dominican Friar 
in Trinidad, B.W.I.; of the Rev. Aloysius Sutherland, a Priest of the 
Salesian Community in charge of St Joseph's, Burwash, Sussex; and of 
Sister Mary Berchmans Sutherland, of the Dominican Convent, Cabra, 
Dublin. 

Sutton, Francis, of Revell Grange, Sheffield, Yorkshire; father of 
Captain Francis Revell-Sutton, J.P. for the West Riding, served in the 
last South African War with the Yorks Imperial Yeomanry. 

t Sutton, Sir John, third Baronet, M.A., Jesus College, Cambridge. 

(1849) 

t Swabey, Richard Sutton, organist and composer. (1856) 

t Swainspn, Rev. Edward G., B.A., Trinity College, Cambridge. 
A Priest-in-charge of St Mary Immaculate and St Philip, Newmarket, 
Cambridgeshire. 

t Swan, IVIrs Emily Anne, wife of the Rev. Francis Henry Swan, 
M.A., an Anglican clergyman. (1884) 

Swan, Miss Florence, daughter of the Rev Francis Henry Swan, M.A. 

(1884) 

t Swan, Rev. S., a Priest at Barnet, Hertfordshire. (1876) 

Sykes, Lady, Christiana Anne Jessica Cavendish-Bentinck; wife of Sir 
Tatton Sykes, fifth Baronet, of Sledmere; daughter of the Right Hon. 
George Augustus Frederick Cavendish-Bentinck, M.P., grandson of the 
third Duke of Portland, K.G. ; mother of Captain Mark Tatton Sykes, 
who served throughout the last South African War; authoress. (1882) 

Sykes, Mrs Edith, daughter of the Right Hon. Sir John Eldon Gorst, 
M.P.; wife of Captain Mark Sykes, only son of Sir Tatton Sykes, fifth 
Baronet. 

Sykes, John, B.A., Trinity College, Dublin. (1861) 



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Sylvester, Rev. Walter, a Priest (Oblate of St Charles) at St Mary of 
the Angels, Westmoreland Road, Bayswater, London, W. 

Symons, William Christian, the artist; son of William Martyn 
Symons, of St Columb, Cornwall; son-in-law of J. L. Davenport, of 
Wildemlow, Derbyshire. (1870) 

Syrett, Rev. William, (1821-1888), a Baptist, of Bury St Edmunds, 
Suffolk. A Priest of the Society of Jesu? at St Beuno's College, St 
Asaph, North Wales. (1846) 



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TAAFFE, Mrs Alice Catherine Trevor, wife of George Joseph Taaffe, 
J.P. and D.L. of Smarmore Castle, Ardee, co. Louth, and of Glen Keiran, 
co. Meath, Ireland; daughter of Boscawen Trevor Griffith-Boscawen, of 
Trevalyn Hall, Denbighshire, Wales. (1895) 

f Tad man, Miss M. F., a nun and Superioress of the Convent of Our 
Lady of Mercy, Alderney, Channel-Isles. 

Taine, Charles Edward, the author. (1870) 

Talbot, The Hon. and Very Rev. George, (1816-1888), of Eton 
College; B.A., St Mary's Hall, Oxford; vicar of Evercreech, near Bath, 
Somersetshire. A Priest and Canon of St Peter's, Rome; Chamberlain to 
Pope Pius IX; son of the third Baron Talbot de Malahide. (1843) 

Talbot, The Hon. and Very Rev. Monsignor Gilbert 
Chetwynd, (1816-1896), of Eton College; M.A., Christ Church; Fellow of 
All Souls' College, Oxford. A Priest, D.D. of Rome, Domestic Prelate to 
Pope Leo XIII; Provost of Westminster Cathedral Chapter; son of the 
second Earl Talbot, and brother of the seventeenth Earl of Shrewsbury. 

(1838) 

Talbot, The Hon. Admiral Sir John, (1769-1851), G.C.B.; served 
under Nelson; saw much service; captured the Ville de Milan and her 
prize, the Cleopatra, in 1805; as captain of the Victorious took the French 
74-gun ship Rivoli, after a severe engagement; third son of the first Baron 
Talbot de Malahide ; son-in-law of the ninth Baron Arundell of Wardour. 

(1849) 

Talbot, Marcus, B.A., Trinity College, Dublin; of Ennis, co. Clare, 
Ireland. 

Talmage, Mrs Susan S., of Falmouth, Devonshire; wife of an 
Anglican Clergyman. (1896) 

Tanner, Dr Charles Kearns Deane, (1849-1900), of Winchester 
College; B.A., Queen's College, Cork; M.P., and at one time Mayor, for 
Cork; son of Dr Thomas Hawkes Tanner, (1824-1871), the physician and 
author. (1897) 

Tansley, Rev. Charles, (1820-1901), a lay-brother of the Society of 
Jesus at St Mary's Hall, Stonyhurst; and his four sons. (1878) 



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t Tarleton, Frede "ck William, th-j barrister. (1845) 

t Tarleton, Mrs, wife of Frederick William Tarleton. (1845) 

t Tarleton, Thomas, a barrister; brother of Frederick William Tarleton. 

(1847) 

t Tarleton, Rev. Waldyve Willington, M. A., St Catherine's College, 
Cambridge; Incumbent at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. (1894) 

Tasker, Countess Helen Ann, (1811-1888), of Middleton Hall, 
Brentwood, Essex; a great benefactress to several Catholic Missions and 
charities. (1855) 

Tat lock, Rev. William, M.A., London University; curate of St James 
the Less, Liverpool; and then of Christ Church, Clapham, London, S.W. 
A Priest of the Society of Jesus, and Professor of English Literature at 
the Seminary, Gozo, Malta. (1889) 

Tatum, Rev. George Benson, of Eton College; M.A., Christ Church, 
Oxford; curate of St Paul's, Brighton; and chaplain of Magdalen College; 
Oxford. A Priest, successively in charge of St Saviour's, Lewisham, 
London, S.E.; and of St Joseph's, Elm Grove, Brighton, Sussex. (1883) 

Tau n ton, Mrs, nee Osbaldiston-Mitford; wife of Alfred George Taunton, 
of Wimbledon, London, S.W. (1870) 

Taunton, Mrs, wife of Edward Taunton, of Liverpool. (1875) 

Taunton, Mrs, nee Mendoza; wife of Francis H. Taunton, of Waterloo, 
Liverpool. (1894) 

Taunton, Miss Louise, daughter of Sir John Taunton. 

Taunton, Mrs William, cousin of the Kev. Etheldred Taunton, (1857- 
1907), a Priest and author. (1868) 

Taunton, Mrs W., nw Xewman, of Brockenhurst, Hampshire. (1876) 

t Tayler, Archdale William, son of a former rector of St Matthias, 
Stoke Newington, London, N. (1843) 

t Tayler, Mrs, mother of the above, and wife of a former rector of St 
Matthias, Stoke Newington, London. (1843) 

Taylor, Miss A. N., (1854-1907), of Sunderland; foundress of the 
Convent and House of Mercy, Ryhope, co. Durham. (1884) 

Taylor, Rev. Arthur Whitcombe, of Westminster School; B.A., 
Worcester College, Oxford; successively curate of Parish Church, Grantham, 
Lincolnshire; St Saviour's, Baling, London, W- ; Talaton, Devonshire, 
chaplain of Akyab, Burma; Town chaplain, Mandalay; and Domestic 
chaplain to the late Right Rev. Dr John Miller Strachan, Bishop of 
Rangoon; now resident in Denmark and engaged in literary pursuits; 
contributor to Monsignor Bandrillart's Dictionnaire de I'Histoire 
Ecclesiastique. (1902) 






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Taylor, Charles Henry, (1860-1907), of Lincoln and Manchester 
Grammar Schools; a well-known writer of lyrics; son of H. W. Taylor, 
silk merchant, of Manchester. (1906) 

Taylor, Miss, eldest daughter of Charles Henry Taylor, (1860-1907), the 
writer of lyrics. (1906) 

Taylor, E. W., of Eastgate, Stafford; Mus.Doc. of Oxford University. 

(1907) 

Taylor, The Rev. Mother Frances Magdalen, (1832 1900), who 
nursed the wounded in the Crimea with Miss Florence Nightingale; 
foundress and Mother-General of the Institute of the Poor Servants of 
God and the Poor; daughter of a Lincolnshire Anglican vicar; authoress. 

(1856) 

Taylor, The Hon. Frederick Beatson, of Christ's Hospital; B.A., 
(Barnes University Scholar) King's College, Cambridge; late'Acting Puisne 
Judge of the High Court, Calcutta; son of the late Colonel Thomas 
Taylor, B.S.C. (1877) 

Taylor, Mrs, wife of the Hon. Frederick Beatson Taylor, late Judge of 
the High Court of Calcutta; daughter of the late General W. R. Fooks, of 
the Royal Artillery. (1877) 

Taylor, Rev. Hugh John Thomas, (1843-1899), a Priest at Holy 
Trinity, Stonor, Henley-on-Thames; at one time chaplain to the fourth 
Baron Camoys. (1865) 

Taylor, Miss Ida Ash worth, the authoress; eldest daughter of Sir 
Henry Taylor, K.C.M.G., and the Hon. Alice Spring- Rice/ daughter of the 
first Baron Monteagle. 

t Taylor, Mortimer Davies, of Brentford, Middlesex ; son of the Rev. 
Henry Taylor, M.A., rector of Stoke Rochford, Lincolnshire. 

Taylor, S. A., of the India Office. 
Taylor, Stephen, barrister. 

Tebay, Mrs, wife of Dr Michael Tebay, (1816-1885), of Westminster 
Hospital. 

Tee! ing, Mrs Theodora Louisa Bartle, (1853-1906), nee Lane 
Clarke; daughter of an Anglican clergyman; wife of Captain Bartle Teeling, 
of the Papal Zouaves; authoress. 

Teevan, Mrs, wife of John Teevan, of Westbourne Terrace, London, W. 

Teevan, Mrs Frances Mary, (1834-1874), wife of Michael Teevan, 
surgeon, of Gloucester Terrace, London W.; daughter of William Watton, 
of Shirley, Surrey. 

Temple, Miss, daughter of Admiral Temple, of Truro. 

Temple, Miss, a member of the East Grinstead Anglican Sisterhood. 

Temple, Mrs Edward, nee Graham, of Kensington, London, W. 



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Torres, Miss Hilda, daughter of Admiral Terres, of Mount Street, 
Grosvenor Square, London, AV. (1909) 

Terres, Miss Vivian, daughter of Admiral Terres, of Mount Street, 
Grosvenor Square, London, AV. (1909) 

Terry, Miss Florence Mary, daughter of William Parker and Sarah 
Elizabeth Terry. (1907) 

Terry, Richard R., scholar of King's College, Cambridge; member of 
the Committee of the University Musical Society ; founder of the Cambridge 
University Musical Club ; Musical critic for the Cambridge Review. Suc- 
cessively Organist and Choirmaster at Bedford County School ; St John's 
Cathedral, Antigua, B.AV.I. ; and at Downside Abbey the Benedictine 
Monastery and College, near Bath. Now Organist and Director of the 
Choir at AVestminster Cathedral; musical composer and author; eldest 
son of Thomas Terry, of Newcastle-on-Tyne and nephew of Sir AValter 
Runciman, first Baronet, of AVest Denton Hall, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

Terry, Stephen Harding, M. Inst. M.E., formerly Engineering 
Inspector to the Local Government Board; inventor and author; son of 
the Rev. Stephen Terry, M.A. of Dummer House, Basingstoke. 

t Thacker, Rev. Dr T. P., of Dublin; a Priest. 

Thackray, Percy William Francis, of Leamington, AVarwickshire. 

(1895) 

Theed, Rev. Edward Alexander Pancras, of Merchant Taylors' 
School; M. A., St Johns College, Cambridge; curate of St Mary Magdalene's, 
Launceston; and then of All S.. hits', I'lynnmth, Devonshire. A Priest, 
and for six years of the College of Cathedral Chaplains of AVestminster; 
now in charge of St Agatha's. I Uiwlish, Devonshire; son of the Rev. E. l\. 
Theed, ALA., sometime Rector of Sainpford Courtenay, Devon, Fellow and 
Vice-Provost of King's College, Cambridge. (1895) 

Thelwall, Mrs, widow of AVeymouth Thelwall the water-colour artist, 
youngest son of John Thelwall, (1764-1834), the reformer and lecturer on 
elocution. (1903) 

Thesiger, The Hon. Mary Lincoln, youngest daughter of the first 
Baron Chelmsford, (1794-1878), Lord High Chancellor of England; for 
seventeen years Lady-in-AVaiting to Il.R.H. the late Duchess of Teck. (1907) 

Thomas, Miss Alicia, daughter of Dr Thomas, of Horsham, Sussex. 

(1882) 

Thomas, Capel Stanley, journalist. (1887) 

Thomas, Rev. Charles, B.A., Exeter College, Oxford; an Anglican 
clergyman. 

Thomas, Rev. Br. Dominic, a Benedictine lay-brother. 

Thomas, Mrs D., wife of an Anglican clergyman. (1872) 

t Thomas, Miss Elizabeth a, daughter of Sir AV. L. G. Thomas, 
Bart. 



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Thomas, Miss F., relative of Captain Frederick Marryat, (1792-1848), 
R.N., the novelist. 

f Thomas, Commander John, of the Royal Navy. 

Thomas, Lynall, son-in-law of Captain Frederick Marryat, (1792-1848), 
R.N., the novelist. 

Thomas, Mrs, wife of Lynall Thomas. 

Thomas, Miss Mary, daughter of Lynall Thomas. 

Thomas, Mrs Maude, wife of Samuel Edward Thomas. (1897) 

Thomas, Samuel Edward, journalist and author; son of Isaac 
Thomas, of the Bank of England. (1874) 






t Thomas, Rev. R. Charles, M.A., Cantab; vicar of Brandeston, 

Suffolk. (1848) 

Thomas, Mrs, nee Chilton, wife of the Rev. David Thomas, M.A., vicar 
of Penma?nmawr, II. M. Inspector of Schools for North Wales, and 
chaplain to Baron Willoughby r de Broke; mother of Arthur Chilton 
Thomas, (1863-1906), the philanthrophist, and of the late Rev. Roland 
Chilton Thomas, (1864-1893), a Scholastic of the Society of Jesus. 

t Thompson, Dr Charles, of Ashton -under Ly me, Lancashire; father 
of Francis Thompson, (1860-1907), the poet and author; son of James 
Thompson, of Oakham. (1853) 

Thompson, Mrs Christiana, the poet; daughter of J. B. Weller; wife 
of the late Thomas J. Thompson, B.A., Cantab. (1867) 

t Thompson, Rev. Edward Healy, of Oakham Grammar School; 
M.A., Emmanuel College, Cambridge; curate of St James', Westminster, 
London, S.W. ; author; brother of Dr Charles Thompson. (1846) 

Thompson, Mrs Harriet Diana, (1811-1896), daughter of Nicholson 
Calv 7 ert, of Hunsden, Hertfordshire; wife of the preceding; authoress. (1846) 

Thompson, Rev. Gordon, ( -1905), M.A., scholar of Sidney Sussex 
College, Cambridge ; curate of Christ Church, St Pancras, London, N.W. 
For a time professor at the Catholic University College, Kensington, and 
at St Charles College, Bayswater. A Priest and founder of The Holy 
Name and Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, Bow Common, London, E. (1875) 

t Thompson, Mrs, wife of the late Rev. Gordon Thompson, M.A., 
Cantab. (1875) 

Thompson, Rev. Henry, B.A., Cantab; curate at Ashford, Kent. 

Thompson, James Eyre, M.A., scholar of Wadham College, Oxford; 
barrister ; formerly on the reporting staff of The Times in the Houses of 
Parliament ; now Times Law Reporter in the House of Lords, and Law 
Journal Reporter in the House of Lords and the Privy Council ; Member 
of North Kensington Catholic Association. 



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Thompson, The Right Hon. Sir John Sparrow David, (1844- 
1.S94), K.C.M.G.; P.O.; of Halifax, Nova Scotia; barrister and Q.C. ; 
successively Premier of X >va Scotia; judge of the supreme court of Nova 
Scotia; Minister of Justice for Canada; Premier of Canada; arbitrator on 
the Behring Sea fisheries question in Paris; he died suddenly at Windsor 
Castle, after being sworn privy councillor. (1872) 

t Thompson, Rev. Jonathan, of Tarn worth ; at one time lay-reader 
in the diocese of Lichfield. A Priest-in-charge of St Francis Xavier, 
Oldbury, Worcestershire. 

Thompson, Rev. Joshua Clibbon, B.A., Corpus Christi College, 
Cambridge; curate of St Andrew's, Stockwell Green, London, S.W. ; of an 
Irish Quaker family who joined the Anglican Church. (1905) 

Thompson, Thomas J., ( ), B.A., Trinity College, Cambridge; 

father of Lady William Butler, the Battle Painter, and of Mrs Wilfrid 
Meynell. (1877) 

Thomson, John, of Brackenhill, Murtle, Aberdeenshire, N.B.; founder 
of the Aberdeen University Press. (1865) 

Thorn, Miss Clare Hope, daughter of Professor Thorn, of Wellington 
College. (1897) 

Thorn, Miss, daughter of Professor Thorn. (1898) 

Thornhill, Mrs, wife of the Venerable Archdeacon Thornhill. (1881) 

Thornton, Mrs, Lady Superintendent of H.H. the Maharini of Mysore's 
College; niece of Major Martin, Private Secretary to H.H. the Maharajah 
of Mysore. (1891) 

Thornton, George, Civil Engineer; of London. 

Thorold, Algar Labouchere, of Eton Colloge; M.A., Christ Church, 
Oxford; author; only son of the Right Rev. Dr Anthony Wilson Thorold, 
(1825-1895), Lord Bishop of Winchester, by his second wife Emily, 
daughter of John Labouchere, of Broome Hall, Surrey; nephew of the 
Right Hon. Henry Labouchere P.C.; late M.P. and proprietor of Truth. 

(1884) 

Thorold, Mrs Theresa Mary, wife of Algar Labouchere Thorold, M.A., 
Oxon; daughter of the Rev. Owen L. Mansel, M.A., vicar of Church 
Knowle, Wareham, Dorset. (1898) 

Thorp, Rev. Sidney Benson, B.A., St Edmund's Hall, Oxford; 
successively curate of Christ Church, Clapham, London, S.W.; and of St 
Matthew's, Sheffield, Yorkshire; contributor to The Academy, Pall Mull 
Gazette, Pall Mall Magazine, The Tablet, etc.; son of Dr Thorp, by his 
marriage with a kinswoman of the Most Rev. Dr Edward White Benson, 
(1829-1896), Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. (1890) 

Thorpe, The Rev. Mother Agnes, Superior of the Community of 
Nursing Sisters of St Dominic, New York City; an English lady. (1864) 



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t Thorpe, The Rev. Mother Catherine Antoninus, Founder 
and first Superior of the Community of Nursing Sisters of St Dominic, 
New York City; sister of the Rev. Mother Agnes Thorpe. (1864) 

t Thorpe, Mrs Teresa Elizabeth, mother of the Revs. Mothers 
Agnes and Catherine Thorpe, of the Nursing Sisters of St Dominic, New 
York City, U.S.A. (1864) 

Thurstans, Aubrey, of New Inn Hall, Oxford. (1886) 

f Thurston, George Henry, surgeon, who died in 1894 at Clevedon, 
Somersetshire; father of the Rev. Herbert Thurston, a Priest of the Society 
of Jesus, and author, at Farm Street, Berkeley Square, London, W. 

Thynne, Rev. Lord Charles, (1813-1894), of Harrow School; M.A., 
Christ Church, Oxford; rector of Kingston Deverill, Longridge, Wiltshire: 
and Canon of Canterbury. After his wife's death he became a Priest, and 
served at Ditton Park; son of the second Marquess of Bath, and brother 
of Anne, fifth Duchess of Buccleuch; author. (1852) 

Thynne, Lady Harriet Frances, (1816-1881), wife of Rev. Lord 
Charles Thynne, (1813-1894), M.A., Oxon ; daughter of the Right Rev. Dr 
Richard Bagot, (1782-1854), successively Lord Bishop of Oxford, and of 
Bath and Wells, son of Sir William Bagot, sixth Baronet, M.P., for 
Staffordshire, who was raised to the peerage in 1780 as first Baron 
Bagot ; authoress. (1852) 

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'hynne, J. A. R., of Ard Selma, Fort Augustus, N.B. 

ickell, Rev. George, (1815-1893) of Eton College; Eldon Scholar, M. A., 
Oriel College, Fellow of University College, Oxford; barrister; author! 
A Priest of the Society of Jesus, at one time Rector of Mount St Mary's 
College, Chesterfield; Prefect of Studies at Stonyhurst College, Blackburn; 
and for five years a Missionary in Barbados, B.W.I.; son of the late 
General Richard Tickell, C.B., of the Bengal Engineers. (1845) 

Tighe, Mrs, wife of Captain Tighe, of Blackburn, Lancashire. (1897) 

Tijou, Herbert Edward, (1832-1885), of Christ's Hospital, London; 
architect, of Ghee th am. 

Tijou, Mrs, wife of Herbert Edward Tijou, (1832-1885), the architect. 

Till, Frederick, solicitor, of Folkestone, Kent. 

Till, Mrs, wife of Frederick Till, solicitor. 

Timbrell, William, barrister, of Acton, London, W. (1895) 

Tindall-Carill-Worsley, Lieutenant Ralph, of Clifton College; of 
the Royal Navy; son of Nicolas Tindall-Carill-Worsley, of Platt Hall, near 
Manchester. 

Tinklar, Rear-Admiral Arthur Roger, has served in the Black Sea 
and in China. 

Todd, Mrs, wife of E. Todd, formerly member of a Colonial Parliament; 
daughter of the Rev. R. Hoare, M.A., an Anglican clergyman. (1868) 



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Todd, The Very Rev. William George, (1829-1877), M.A., Trinity 
College, Dublin; curate of St James', Bristol. A Priest and Canon. (1851) 

Todhunter, Captain Herbert William, of the King's Own 
Scottish Borderers; M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge; served in the last 
South African War; son of Dr Isaac Todhunter, (1820-1884), the mathema- 
tician and linguist; son-in-law of John Kenyon, K.S.G., J.P., of Gillinghain. 

(1894) 

t Todhunter, Mrs, wife of Dr Isaac Todhunter, (1820-1884), the 
mathematician. (1894) 

Todhunter, Miss, daughter of Dr Isaac Todhunter, (1820-1884), the 
mathematician. (1894) 

Toke, Leslie Alexander St Lawrence, author; eldest son of John 
Leslie Toke, J.P., of Bucksford, Kent; son-in-law of Captain Thomas 
Cholmeley, R.N., of Brandsby. 

Tollemache, Miss, granddaughter of the seventh Earl of Dysart. 

t Toovey, James, the publisher, of Piccadilly, London, W. (1846) 

Topham, Mrs, wife of Dr Topham. 

Towle, James de Lacey, (1821-1888), solicitor; at one time proprietor 
of The JTi-t'lcly lltyitftcr; founder of the Catholic Mission of St James', 
Twickenham, Surrey. (1856) 

Towne, Rev. Arthur Micah, sometime lay-worker at St Alban's, 
Holborn, London, E.G.; son of the Rev. E. J. Towne, B.A., an Anglican 
clergyman. A Priest, till lately Chaplain at the Convent of the Good 
Shepherd, Pen-y-lan, Cardiff, South Wales ; now in charge of St Mary, 
Chepstow, Monmouthshire. (1883) 

t Towneley, Lady Caroline, Lady Caroline Molyneux, daughter of 
the second Earl of Sefton; wife of the late Charles Towneley, of Towneley, 
Lancashire. (1845) 

Townsend, Rev. Bruno, a Passionist Priest at St Joseph's Retreat, 
Highgate Hill, London, N.; author. 

Townsend, Rev. Charles William, M.A., Keble College, Oxford; 
Vice-President of Salisbury Theological College, then Principal of the 
Oxford Mission in Calcutta. A Priest of the Society of Jesua, till lately 
Professor of Scripture and Hebrew, now Rector of St Beuno's College, St 
Asaph, North Wales. (1889) 

t Townsend, Rev. James Arthur, a Priest. 

t Townsend, Rev. John William, a Priest. 

t Townsend, Miss, daughter of an Anglican clergyman. (1843) 

Townshend, The Marchioness, Gladys Ethel Gwendolen Eugenie, 
wife of the sixth Marquess Townshend;, daughter of Thomas Sutherst. (1907) 



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t Tozer, A. Edmonds, Mus.D., Toronto; Mus.D., Oxon; Mus.Bac. 
Durham; A.R.C.M.; F.R.C.O.; L.R.A.M. ; Knight of the Pontifical Order 
of St Sylvester; composer of Masses and other ecclesiastical music. (1884) 

Tozer, John Hellyer, of Glan-y-m6r, Teignmouth, Devonshire; father 
of Captain Arthur Gerald Milford Tozer, (late of the Northumberland 
Fusiliers and of the 1st West India Regiment), who volunteered for the 
last South African War, serving in Brabant's Horse; and of Edward John 
Francis Tozer, solicitor and Notary Public, Clerk to Teignmouth Harbour 
Commissioners. (1860) 

Tozer, Mrs IVIary Louisa, wife of John Hellyer Tozer; daughter of 
J. Herbert, of Llanarth. 

TraflFbrd, Edward William, (1809-1892), J.P. of Brundell House, near 
Xorwich, Norfolk ; son of Sigismond Trafford, of Wroxham Hall, Norfolk. 

Traies, Rev. William Francis, (1850-1890), M.A., scholar of Worcester 
College, Fellow of Merton College, Oxford; successively curate of St 
George's, Bloomsbury; St John's, Red Lion Square, W.C.; St John the 
Evangelist. Holborn, London, E.G. A Priest, Vice-President of St Edmund's 
College, Ware, Hertfordshire, and then in charge, at Holy Cross Plymouth. 

(1877) 

t Trail, Miss, an Ursuline nun at St Margaret's Convent, Edinburgh, 
N.B.; daughter of the Rev. Robert Trail, a Presbyterian Minister of 
Forfarshire, N.B. 

t Trappes, Mrs Mary, wife of the late Robert Trappes, J.P., Town 
Clerk of Clitheroe, Lancashire; daughter of Henry Fielding, D.L. of 
Myerscough, Lancashire. 

Tredcroft, Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Lennox, late of the 
Royal Horse Artillery; served in the Crimea; J.P. and County Alderman 
for Surrey; for many years Adjutant of 3rd Battalion, West Surrey 
Regiment and at one time Hon. Lieutenant-Colonel, 2nd Vol. Battalion, 
R.W. Surrey Regiment; only son of the Rev. Robert Tredcroft, of Tang- 
mere, Sussex, by Frances Katherine, only daughter of Sir Thomas Brooke 
Pechell, second Baronet; son-in-law of the first Baron Howard of Glossop. 

(1863) 

t Tredcroft, Mrs Elizabeth, second wife of Lieutenant-Colonel 
Charles Lennox Tredcroft; daughter of Sir William Scott, sixth Baronet, 
of Ancrum. 

Tregena, Charles, B.A., Worcester College, Oxford. 

t Trelawny, Rev. Sir Harry, of Westminster School ; M.A., Christ 
Church, Oxford; Baronet ; an Anglican clergyman. 

Trelawny, Miss, daughter of the late Rev. Sir Harry Trelawny, M.A., 
Oxon. 

Tremayne, Mrs William, daughter of Baron de Robeck. (1897) 

Tremlett, Rear-Admiral Francisco Sangro R. D., (1815 1897), 
a distinguished Naval Architect; only son of Admiral William Tremlett, of 
Dartmouth, Devonshire. (1897) 



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Trench, Frederick, B.A., Balliol College, Oxford. 
Trendell, Captain, of the Ryde Militia. 

Trenow, Rev. Frederick William Dominic, (1818 1890), of 
Merchant Taylors' School; B.A., St John's College, Oxford; curate of 
Bartley Green, Northfield, Worcestershire. A Dominican Friar and 
chaplain to the Convent of Reparation, Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight ; author, 
son of the Rev. Frederic Joseph Cox Trenow, M.A., rector of St Peter's, 
Dorchester. (1850) 

Trevelyan, Miss Ada, daughter of Colonel Trevelyan, of the 60th Rifles. 

Trevelyan, Sir Alfred Wilson, (1831-1891), seventh Baronet, of 
Nettlecombe Court, Somersetshire; succeeded his uncle, and was 
succeeded by hia cousin; son-in-law of the late Right Hon. James H. 
Monahan, sometime Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas in Ireland. 

(1882) 

Trevelyan, Mrs Anne, (1827-1894), daughter of the late Rev. James 
Riddell, M.A., of Leamington; second wife of the Rev. Edwin Trevelyan, 
(1817-1894), M.A., Cantab, vicar of Cannock, Staffordshire. (1872) 

Trevelyan, Rev. Edwin, (1817-1894), of St Olave's Grammar School, 
London, S.E.; M.A., scholar of St John's College, Cambridge; vicar of St 
Paul's, Warwick, (1845-1865), then vicar of Cannock, Staffordshire. (1872) 

Trevelyan, Miss Margaret Emily, second daughter of the Rev. 
Edwin Trevelyan, (1817-1894), late vicar of Cannock, Staffordshire. (1872) 

Trevelyan, Mrs, wife of Colonel Trevelyan, of the 60th Rifles. 

Trevithick, William Pattison, the engineer; grandson of Richard 
Trevithick, the engineer. (1902) 

Trevor, Alfred Charles, late controller of Stamps and Taxes, Edin- 
burgh, KB. (1892) 

t Trevor, Mrs Edith Frances, wife of Alfred Charles Trevor; niece 
of Henry Brougham Loch, first Baron Loch, P.C., G.C.B., G.C.M.G., D.C.L., 
at one time Governor of Cape Colony, and High Commissioner for South 
Africa. (1892) 

Trevor, Claude, son of General William Cosmo Trevor, C.B. 

Trevor, Major Frederick Anthony, of Rugby School; served with 
the 59th Regiment in China, India, and Crimea. 

Trevor, Hubert, son of General William Cosmo Trevor, C.B. 

Trevor, Mrs, wife of General William Cosmo Trevor, C.B.; daughter of 
General Trevor, of Plymouth. 

Trickett, Captain Thomas, of the Royal Navy. 



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Triggs, Rev. Percival James, a Priest of the Society of Jesus at the 
Church of the Sacred Heart, Richmond Hill, Bournemouth, Hampshire. 

Tristram, H. T., B.A., Jesus College, Oxford; assistant-master at the 
Oratory School, Edgbaston, Birmingham. 

Troake, Rev. Ernest M., B.A., Trinity College, Dublin; associate 
brother of Llanthony Abbey, North Wales. A Priest, till recently in 
charge of St Mary's, Chippenham, Wiltshire. (1895) 

Trollope, Rev. George Henry Annesley Philip, of Merchant 
Taylors' School ; a Priest. (1905) 

t Trotter, Charles, of Woodhill; J.P. and D.L. for Perthshire, N.B. 

(1856) 

t Trotter, Mrs, wife of the late Charles Trotter, J.P., Perthshire. (1856) 

t Trotter, Lieutenant Charles F. Graham, J.P., late of the 93rd 
Sutherland Highlanders; son of the late Charles Trotter, J.P., Perthshire. 

(1856) 

Tubbs, Rev. Charles Edward, a Priest till recently at the Holy 
Trinity, Brook Green, Hammersmith, London, W.; now chaplain at 
Nazareth House, Hammersmith, W. 

t Tucker, Captain. (1848) 

Tucker, S.W., solicitor. 

Tuck well, The Misses, daughters of a Methodist Minister. 

Tuite, Sir Mark Anthony, (1808-1896), B.A., Trinity College, Dublin; 
tenth Baronet; at one time captain hi the 19th Regiment of the line. (1895) 

Tuke, Very Rev. Reginald, of King's College, London; curate of St 
John's, Hackney, London, N. A Priest and Canon of Westminster at Our 
Lady of Grace and St Edward, Chiswick, London, W., and then at The 
Holy Family, Witham, Essex; now retired. 

Tuke, Miss, of Maidstone : niece of the Very Rev. Canon Reginald Tuke. 

Turnbull, Mrs Grace, (1812-1884), wife of William Barclay David Donald 

Turnbull, (1811-1863), LL.D.; daughter of James Dunsmure, of Edinburgh, 

' N.B. (1843) 

Turnbull, J.T.D., of the Record Office. 

Turnbull, William Barclay David Donald, (1811-1863), LL.D.; 
advocate at the Scottish Bar; secretary of the Antiquarian Society of 
Scotland; only child of Walter Turnbull, architect and author, of Leven 
Lodge, near Edinburgh, N.B. (1843) 



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t Turner, Miss Elizabeth Frances Garrett, fourth daughter of 
the Rev. John Turner, M.A., vicar of Hennock, Devonshire. 

Turner, Lady Emily Ayscough, (1845-1910), wife of Sir Charles Arthur 
Turner, (1833-1907), K.C.I.E., Chief Justice of Madras, son of the Rev. John 
Fisher Turner, M.A.; daugher of William Sampson Hodgkinson, of Wookey 
Hole, Wells, Somersetshire ; then a nun of the Visitation Convent at 
Harrow. (1891) 

t Turner, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Charles Turner, M.A.; late of Hanwell 
Park, London, W. (1850) 

Turner, Rev. Thomas, an Independent Minister. 

t Turnerelli, Mrs, wife of Edward Tracey Turaerelli, (1813-1896), the 

artist and projector of "the people's tribute" to Lord Beaconsfield; 
daughter of Thomson Hankey, (1805-1893), M.P. for Peterborough, 
director and governor of the Bank of England. (1856) 

t Turton, Robert A., musical composer ; at one time organist of 
Rotherham Parish Church; then at the Church of the Sacred Heart, 
Exeter; son of Dr Turton, of Sheffield. 

Tussaud, Mrs, wife of Frank Tussaud, of London, W. 

t Tweed ie, The Hon. John, District Judge in the Indian Civil 
Service. 

Tweed ie, Mrs, wife of the lion. John Tweedie, of the Indian Civil 
Service. 

t Twycross, Dr Isaac, of Oxford. (1845) 

Twycross, Mrs, of Gorton Lodge, Clapham Common, London, S.W. 
Twyman, Charles, of Stafford; solicitor. (1873) 

Twyman, Mrs, wife of Charles Twyman, solictor. (1873) 

t Twynam, Colonel, (1859) 

t Twynam, Captain, of the Royal Xavy; brother of the above. (1859) 

Tydd, Rev. Thomas Henry, M.A., St Edmund's Hall, Oxford; 
Classical Medallist, First Classical Honours; Second Class Moral Sciences; 
First Class Exhibitioner of Trinity College, Dublin; chaplain of Alton 
Towers, the Earl of Shrewsbury's seat at Stoke-upon-Trent. (1879) 

Tylee, Mrs Catherine Elizabeth, of Marlborough Villa, Clifton; 
wife of the late Major-General George Tylee. (1847) 

Tylee, Edward, B.A., Brasenose College, Oxford; relative of the Right 
Rev. Monsignor William Tylee. (1897) 



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t Tylee, Major-General George, of the Bengal Army. (1847) 

Tylee, The Right Rev. Monsignor William, off Cuddesdon Theo- 
logical College; M.A., Oriel College, Oxford. A Priest and Domestic 
Prelate to Pope Leo XIII; was chaplain to the Marquess of Ripon, K.G., 
when Viceroy of India; now resident in London. (1866) 

Tyler, Captain George, of the Royal Engineers; grandson of Admiral 
Sir George Tyler, (1792-1862), Lieutenant-Governor of St Vincent, B.W.I. 

Tyrrwhit, Miss Catherine M., daughter of the Rev. St John 
Tyrrwhit, M.A., an Anglican clergyman. 



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t ULLATHORNE, Mrs, relative of Sir John Franklin, (1786-1847), the 
Arctic Explorer; mother of the Most Rev. Dr William Bernard Ullathorne, 
(1806-1889), a Benedictine Monk, first Bishop of Birmingham, and then 
Archbishop of Cabasa. 

Ulyat, Rev. William, B.A., Magdalene College, Cambridge; vicar of 
Freeland, Oxfordshire. (1903) 

Ulyat, Mrs, wife of the Rev. William Ulyat, B.A., Cantab. (1903) 

Uniacke, Mrs, wife of Captain Norman Fyfe Fitzgerald Uniacke, of the 
60th Rifles. 

Urquhart, The Hon. Mrs, (1824-1889), Hon. Harriet Angelina 
Parkinson Fortescue, daughter of Lieu tenant-Colonel Chichester Fortescue; 
sister of the first Baron Carlingford; wife of David Francis Gregor 
Urquhart, (1805-1877), the diplomatist, author and M.P. for Stafford; 
mother of Francis Fortescue Urquhart, M.A., Fellow and Exhibitioner of 
Balliol College, Oxford (1877) 

Urquhart, Rev. Arthur Pollard, of Lincoln College, Oxford. A 
Benedictine Monk, (Dom Jerome), at St Benedict's Abbey, Fort Augustus, 
N.B.; son of William Pollard Urquhart, of Castle Pollard, co. Westmeath, 
Ireland, and of Craigston, Aberdeenshire, N.B. (1868) 

Ussher, George Skeffington, son of Lieutenant-Colonel John Usher, 
a lineal descendant of Archbishop James Ussher, (1581-1656), of Armagh. 

(1891) 



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t VALE, Rev. Henry, M.A., Oxon; curate of St Andrew's, Wells Street, 
London, W. (1851) 

Valentin, Rev. John Philip, of Salisbury Theological College and 
London University ; successively curate of St Clement, East Dulwich, 
London, S.E. ; and at Cowley St John, Oxford. (1910) 

Vallance, Rev. W. H. Aymer, of Harrow School; M.A., Oriel College, 
Oxford; curate at the Annunciation, Brighton, Sussex; and then at St 
Bartholmew's, Dover. One of the leaders for the revival of Decorative 
Art and Mediaeval Design; F.S.A., author and contributor to The Art 
Journal, and other periodicals; son of Captain T. W. Vallance, of the 5th 
Lancers. (1889) 

t Vansittart, Mrs Frances Rosalie, the authoress; wife of the late 
Rev. Charles Vansittart, M.A., Rector of Shottesbrook-cum-White-Waltham, 
and nephew of the first Baron Bexley, (1766-1857), Chancellor of the 
Exchequer; daughter of Hans Busk, (1815-1882), a pioneer of the Volunteer 
Movement, barrister and High Sheriff for Radnorshire; sister of the late 
Mrs Pitt Byrne and of Lady Loder ; and family, among whom is Clement 
Arthur Vansittart who was a Pontifical Zouave. (1845) 

Vanstone, W.J., (1849-1907), of Elrington Road, St Thomas, Exeter; 
a great benefactor of the Church of the Sacred Heart of that town. 

t Van Straubcnzee, Lady, wife of General Van Straubenzee, G.C.B., 
late Governor of Malta. 

Vassall-Phillips, Rev. Oliver Rod ie, of Eton College; Balliol College, 
Oxford. A Redemptorist Priest; successively Rector of Mount Alphonsus, 
Limerick; Bishop Eton, Wavertree, Liverpool; Bishop's Stratford, Essex; 
and of Kingswood, Bristol; eldest son of Robert Lowe Grant Vassall, of 
Oldbury Court, Bristol, by Matilda, daughter of William Phillips, of 
Whitson Court, Monmouthshire ; author. (1878) 

Varley, John, of St Augustine's College, Canterbury; a student for 
Anglican orders. 

Vaughan, Edward Thomas, B.A., Christ Church, Oxford. (1880) 

Vaughan, Mrs Florence, wife of Major Charles Jerome Vaughan, 
late of the 7th Dragoon Guards, Private Chamberlain to Pope Pius X., 
eldest son of Colonel Francis Baynham Vaughan, of Courtfield, and nephew 
of Cardinal Herbert Vaughan, (1832-1903) ; daughter of Cecil Edmund 
Lister- K aye, brother of Sir John Pepys List er-K aye, third Baronet, and 
of Lady Beatrice Adeline Pelham-Clinton, daughter of the sixth Duke of 
Newcastle. (1907) 



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Vaughan, Mrs Eliza, (1813-1855), nee Rolls ; first wife of Lieut.-Colonel 
John Francis Vaughan, (1808-1880), D.L., of Courtfield, Ross, Herefordshire; 
mother of His Eminence Cardinal Herbert Vaughan, (1832-1903), second 
Bishop of Salford, then Archbishop of Westminster, founder of St Joseph's 
College for Foreign Missions at Mill Hill, London, N.W. ; of the Most Rev. 
Roger William Bede Vaughan, (1834-1883), a Benedictine Monk, and 
Archbishop of Sydney, New South Wales ; of the Rev. Joseph Vaushan, 
(1841-1896), a Benedictine Monk, (Dom Jerome), and founder of St Bene- 
dict':. Abbey, Fort Augustus, X.B. ; of the Rev. Kenelm Vaughan, (1840-1908), 
a Priest of the Arch-diocese of Westminster ; of Colonel Francis Baynhain 
Vaughan, Private Chamberlain to Pope Pius X, J.P. and D.L. for 
Herefordshire, J.P. for Monmouthshire ; of the Rev. Bernard Vaughan, 
a Priest of the Society of Jesus at the Immaculate Conception, Farm 
Street, Berkeley Square, London, W. ; of Reginald Vaughan, J.P. for 
Monmouthshire ; and of th Right Rev. John S. Vaughan, Bishop of 
Sebastopolis and Auxiliary of Salford ; her three daughters became nuns ; 
grandmother of the Rev. Herbert Vaughan, D.D. of Rome, a Priest at the 
Mission House, Brondesbury Park, London, X.W. ; of the Rev. Francis 
Vaughan, a Priest, till lately at St Joseph's, Aberavon, South Wales ; and 
of the Rev. William Vaughan, a lay- brother of the Society of Jesus at 
Stonyhurst College, Blackburn, Lancashire. (1830) 

t Vaughan, Captain George Augustus, grandson of the third 
Earl of Lisburne, and brother-in-law of Count Arthur Moore, M.P. 

Vaughan, Henry Francis John, B.A., S.C.L., Christ Church, Oxford; 
Lord of the Manor of Humphreston; author; father of Lieutenant 
Humphrey Scott Vaughan, R.F.A., and of John Courtenay Vaughan, 
M. \l.( '.S., L.R.C.P., House Surgeon of St Thomas's Hospital, London ; now 
surgeon on H.M.S. Cornwall. (1867) 

Vaughan, Radford, B.A., Merton College, Oxford. 

Veale, Alfred, of Southampton; nephew of the Rev. Henry Veale, M.A., 
an Anglican clergyman. 

Ventris, Mrs, wife of an Anglican clergyman. 

Ventris, The Misses, daughters of an Anglican clergyman. 

Vere, The Very Rev. Langton George, a Priest, Canon and Dean 
at St Patrick's, Soho Square, London, W; author; Member of the West- 
minster City Council and Guardian of the Westminster Union. (1862) 

Vere, Miss, a nun, (Sister Mary Philippa), of the Sisters of Mercy; sister 
of the Very Rev. Canon Langton Vere. 

Verini, Mrs, the authoress, wife of the agent of the Madras Bank. (1909) 

Verney-Cave, The Hon. Frances Catherine Sarah, (1845- 
1884), a nun of the third Order of St Francis; daughter of the fourth 
Baroness Braye. (1870) 

Vernon, Cecil, at one time Assistant-Master at St Joseph's College, 
Clapham, London, S.W. (1873) 

Vernon, Miss, sister of Cecil Vernon. (1870) 



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t Vertue, Charles Edward, of Glasgow and Oxford Universities; for 
many years H.M. Inspector of Schools; Chamberlain to Pope Leo XIII. 

(1890) 

Vertue, Mrs, wife of the above; daughter of the Rev. Henry William 
Hitchcock, M.A., vicar of St John's, Torquay, Devonshire. (1889) 

Vickers, Mrs, of Redgate Hall, Walsingham, Darlington. (1897) 

Vinall, Miss, a Dominican nun. 

Vinall, Miss Alice, her sister, an Anglican Sister at Oxford. 

t Vincent, Sir Francis, tenth Baronet, of Stoke D'Abernon, Surrey; 
D.L. for Essex, at one time M.P. for St Albans; great-grandson of the first 
Viscount Folkestone. 

Vinning, Miss, the singer. 

Voles, Rev. Dunstan, a Benedictine lay- brother at Erdington Abbey, 
Birmingham. 

Von Baumbach, The Right Rev. Leonard, for twenty years a 
secular Priest, for some time Secretary of the late Cardinal Mermillod, 
Bishop of Geneva ; then a Passionist Priest at St Joseph's Retreat, High- 
gate Hill, London, N., from 1895 to 1905 ; afterwards Rector of 
St Saviour's Retreat, Broadway, Worcestershire, till 1910, when he was 
appointed Bishop of Gerasa and Coajutor to the Bishop of Nicopolis, 
Bulgaria ; son of Baron Von Baumbach, of Wurtemburg, Germany. (1875) 

Von DieckhofF, Rev. Cyril, a Benedictine Monk, at St Benedict's 
Abbey, Fort Augustus, N.B.; son of a Lutheran minister. 

Von Halbert, Mrs, of Berne, Switzerland; daughter of the Rev. J. 
Corbett, M.A., an Anglican clergyman. 

Voyle, Mrs M., wife of General Voyle. 

Vyse, Cap-tain Frank Howard. (1875) 



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t WACKERBARTH, Rev. Alfred David, M.A., Queens' College, Cam- 
bridge; curate of Peldon, Essex. (1841) 

Wadding-ton, Captain Evelyn de Burgh, late of the Royal 
Minister Fusiliers; educated at Charterhouse School; served in the last 
South African War. (1902) 

Waddington, Sydney Peirce, musical editor of the Arundel Hymns. 
Waddy, Cadwalader, of co. Wexford, Ireland. (1870) 

Wainewright, John B., B.A., New College, Oxford; barrister. (1899) 

Wait, IVI rs, daughter of the Rev. John Chippendall Montesquieu Bellew, 
(1823-1874), the well-known elocutionist. (1868) 

Wake, William, solicitor, of Sheffield; and family. 

Walcott, Colonel, of Bournemouth, Hampshire. (1891) 

Walcott, Mrs, wife of Colonel Walcott; and son. (1891) 

Waldie, Rev. Ronald James Thorp, of Brighton Grammar School; 
member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants. A Priest, successively 
at St John the Baptist, Norwich, Norfolk; St Francis, Shefford, Bedford- 
shire; now in charge of St Peter, Rushden, Northamptonshire. (1891) 

Walford, Rev. Edward, (1823-1897), of Charterhouse School; M.A., 
scholar of Balliol College, Oxford; curate at Tunbridge Wells, Kent; 
editor of numerous biographical, genealogical, and topographical works; 
son of the Rev. William Walford, M.A., rector of Hatfield Peverell, 
Essex; grandson of Sir William Pepperell, Bart., and of the Rev. Henry 
Glutton, D.D.; father of Lionel Julian Walford, Town Clerk of Hoi born, 
by his wife Christina Julia, daughter of Admiral the Hon. Sir John 
Talbot. (1863) 

Walford, Miss Frances, daughter of the Rev. William Walford, M.A., 
rector of Hatfield Peverell, Essex. 

Walford, Frederick, (1835-1903), son of the Rev. William Walford, 
M.A., rector of Hatfield Peverell, Essex. (1867) 



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Walford, Mrs, wife of the Rev. William Walford, M.A., rector of 
Hatfield, Peverell, Essex; daughter of the Rev. Henry Hut ton, D.D., and 
sister of four Anglican clergymen. 

Walford, John Berry, B.A., St John's College, Cambridge; barrister; 
son of the Rev. William Walford, M.A., rector of Hatfield Peverell, Essex. 

(1846) 

Walford, Rev. John Thomas, (1834-1894), of Eton College; scholar, 
M.A., Fellow of King's College, Cambridge; curate and Assistant-Master 
at Eton. A Priest of the Society of Jesus, and Professor at St Beuno's 
College, St Asaph, North Wales; son of the Rev. William Walford, M.A., 
rector of Hatfield Peverell, near Chelmsford, Essex. (1866) 

Walker, Miss, daughter of E. H. Walker, British Consul in Galicia and 
Asturias. 

Walker, Arthur James, M.A., Emmanuel College, Cambridge. 
Walker, Captain Beaumont, of Spilsby, Lincolnshire. 

t Walker, Mrs Bedelia Anna, wife of the Rev. William Walker, D.D., 
an Anglican clergyman. 

Walker, Mrs Blanche Lancaster, wife of Clarence Forester Walker, 
son of Sir George Walker, third Baronet, grandson of the first Baron 
Tredegar. (1896) 

t Walker, Charles, of Brighton, author of The Ritual Reason Why, etc. 

(1878) 
t Walker, Mrs Mary, wife of Charles Walker, of Brighton. (1878) 

Walker, Charles Romainc, the architect. 

Walker, Rev. Henry Martyn, (1821-1886), M.A., Oriel College, Oxford; 
curate at Hardenhuish. A Priest and Rural Dean in charge of St Austin's, 
Kenilworth, Warwickshire. (1846) 

Walker, Rev. Ignatius Leslie J., of King Edward VI. Grammar 
School, Birmingham; M.A., London University, with the "Mark of 
Distinction " for his thesis on '' Pragmatism Absolutism and Realism"; a 
scholastic of the Society of Jesus, till lately Professor of Philosophy at 
Stonyhurst College, Blackburn, Lancashire ; then at Mount St Mary's 
College, Chesterfield, Derbyshire ; now at St Beuno's College, St Asaph, 
North Wales ; author. (1900) 

Walker, Very Rev. John, (1820-1878), M.A., Brasenose College, Oxford; 
curate of Benefield, Northamptonshire. A Priest and Canon. (1845) 

t Walker, Robert, M.A., Lincoln College, Oxford. 
Walker, Rowland, of Engadine House, Torquay, Devonshire. 
t Walker, Mrs, wife of Rowland Walker, of Torquay. 
Walkinshawe, Miss, of Cardiff, South Wales; a nun. (1866) 

Wall, Septimus, barrister. 



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Wall, Rev. William, M.A., Emmanuel College, Cambridge; curate of 
Tatteshall, Norfolk. A Benedictine Monk, (Dom Martin), at St Benedict's 
Abbey, Fort Augustus, KB.; brother of Septimua Wall, barrister. (1881) 

Wallace, Rev. Arthur Job, (1841-1898), of Bury St Edmunds Grammar 
School; M.A., Emmanuel College, Cambridge. A Priest and Army 
Chaplain during the Ashantee War, then in Burmah and Madras, finally 
in charge of St Pancras, Ipswich, Suffolk; son of a former rector of Monka 
Eleigh. (1864) 

Wallace, Rev. William, M.A., Trinity College, Dublin; an Anglican 
Missionary in India. A Priest of the Society of Jesus in India. (1897) 

Waller, Henry, barrister. 

Waller, Mrs Lewis, the actress ; daughter of Horatio Brandon, solicitor; 
sister of Lady Kate Harriet Arthur, wife of Sir George Compton Archibald 
Arthur, third Baronet, and of Mrs Clement Scott ; wife of the well-known 
actor. (1906) 

Walls, Rev. Charles Joseph, B.A., Durham University; curate of 
Brent, Pelham, Hertfordshire. (1894) 

Walls, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Charles Joseph Walls, B.A.; and family. 

(1894) 

Wai pole, Lady Dorothy Elizabeth Mary, daughter of the fourth 
Earl of Orford; now Duchess Del Balzo di Galmy, of Spain. (1860) 

Wai pole, Frederick Goulburn, (1829-1901), the author; sometime 
Collector of Customs, Dublin; great-grandson of the Hon. Robert Walpole, 
brother of the first Earl of Orford, the distinguished statesman; father of 
Captain Horace Henry Maximilian Walpole, late of the 9th Battalion 
Rifle Brigade; son-in-law of Edward Binns, of Ware Park, Jamaica, B.W.I. 

Walpole, Colonel Horace John, late of the 4th Battalion Norfolk 
Regiment; son-in-law of the Hon. Charles Langdale, of Houghton 

t Walpole, Lady Maude, daughter of the fourth Earl of Orford; 
wife of Prince Palagonia, of Italy. (1854) 

Walsh, Miss Caroline, of Lower Wick House, near Worcester. 

t Walsh, Mrs, wife of an Indian Official. (1852) 

Wai she, Mrs, wife of Captain Walshe. 

Walton, Miss Henrietta Elizabeth, daughter of the late Rev. 
Stanley Walton, M.A., formerly Fellow and Tutor of Trinity Hall, 
Cambridge, and rector of Fenstanton, Huntingdonshire. (1888) 

Ward, Mrs Frances Mary, (1818-1898), wife of Dr William George 
Ward, (1812-1882), M.A., Oxon; daughter of the Rev. Canon John 
Wingfield, D.D., M.A., Prebendary of Worcester, vicar of Broomsgrove, 
and rector of Easton, at one time Headmaster of Westminster School; 
sister of the late General John Hope Wingfield, and of the Rev. William 
Frederick Wingfield, (1813-1874), M.A., Oxon, at one time curate of St 
Mark's, North Audley Street, London, W. (1845) 



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t Ward, Francis Ridout, brother of the Rev. Kichard Ward, M.A., 
formerly vicar of St Saviour's, Leeds. (1851) 

t Ward, Mrs, wife of Francis Ridout Ward. (1851) 

Ward, Mrs, wife of the Vicar of St Raphael's, Bristol. 

t Ward, Very Rev. Richard, M.A., Oriel College, Oxford; vicar of 
St Saviour's, Leeds. A Priest and Canon. (1851) 

Ward, William George, (1812-1882), of Winchester College ; M.A., 
Scholar of Lincoln College, and Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford; Ph.D. 
of Rome; theologian and Philosopher; editor of The Dublin Review; son of 
William Ward, (1787-1849), M.P. for London, and Director of the Bank of 
England; father of Edward Granville Ward, G.C.S.G., J.P. for Hampshire; 
of Wilfrid Ward, the historian and biographer; and of the Right Rev. 
Monsignor Bernard Ward, Canon of Westminster, and for several years 
President of St Edmund's College, Old Hall, Ware, Hertfordshire. (1845) 

Ward, The Misses, daughters of the Hon. and Rev. Henry Ward, M.A., 
rector of Killinohy, co. Down, Ireland; granddaughters of the first Viscount 
Bangor. 

Ward, Captain H., of the Royal Navy. (1909) 

Wardell, Herbert, brother of William Wilkinson Wardell, (1823-1899), 
of Londoa (1848) 

Wardell, William Wilkinson, (1823-1899), of London; Fellow of the 
Royal Institute of British Architects and Member of the Institute of Civil 
Engineers. (1846) 

t Wardell, Mrs, wife of William Wilkinson Wardell, (1823-1899), of 
London. (1846) 

t Wardell, Miss, sister of William Wilkinson Wardell, (1823-1899), of 
London. (1846) 

Warden, Charles William, of St Heliera, Jersey. (1871) 

Wardlaw, Mrs Augusta, wife of James Campbell Wardlaw. 
Wardlaw, James Campbell. 

Ward roper, Rev. Henry Thomas, M.A., St Mary's Hall, Oxford; 
an Anglican curate. 

t Ware, Rev. Samuel, M.A., Magdalen College, Oxford; curate of 
Bedford Leigh, Lancashire; son of Dr Samuel Hibbert Ware, (1782-1848), 
the antiquary, geologist and author, discoverer of chromate of iron. (1868) 

t Ware, Titus Hibbert, brother of the late Rev. Samuel Ware, M.A., 
Oxon. (1868) 

Warmington, Lady Anne, youngest daughter of Edward Winch, of 
Chatham, Kent; wife of Sir Cornelius Marshall Warmington, K.C., first 
Baronet, formerly M.P. for West Monmouthshire. 



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J- Warmoll, Rev. Francis James, a Priest at Our Lady of Seven 
Dolours, Stowraarket, Suffolk; son of the Rev. Sayer Siouo Warmoll, M.A., 
rector of Sottei ley, Suffolk. (1870) 

Warmoll, Very Rev. John Priestley, (1830-1885), of St John's 
College, Hurstpierpoint; B.A., Lincoln College, Oxford; successively curate 
at Woolton Warwyn; Henley-in-Arden, Warwickshire; and finally at St 
Barnabas, Pimlico, London, S.W. A Priest and Provost of Northampton, 
in charge of The Holy Child Jesus and St Joseph, Bedford; elder brother 
of the late Rev. Francis James Warmoll, a Priest. (1859) 

t Warner, Mrs, wife of Charles Warner, the well-known actor. 

t Warner, Mrs, daughter of an Anglican clergyman. (1843) 

Warner, Dr, of Cambrid 

Warner, Mrs, wife of Dr Warner, of Cambridge. 

Warren, Rev. William, a Priest of the Society of Jesus till lately at 
The Sacred Heart, Burley Road, Leeds, Yorkshire ; now at The Sac red 
Heart, Main Street, Georgetown, Demerara, British Guiana. (1896) 

Warrington, Mrs Maud, wife of Thomas Rolls Warrington, K.C.; 
daughter of Decimus Sturges, barrister. 

Washington, George, B.A., Queens' College, Cambridge. 
Wasteneys, William, banister. 

t Wash bourne, Robert, the Catholic publisher, of Paternoster Row, 
London, E.C. 

Water-ford, The Marchioness of, (1808-1873), Florence Grosvenor 
Rowley, first wife of the fifth Marquess of Waterford, P.O., K.P., at one 
time M.P. for co. Waterford, Lord- Lieutenant for co. Waterford, and for a 
time Master of the Buckhounds; daughter of Major George Rowley, of the 
Bombay Army. 

Waters, Mrs, niece of the Right Hon. Sir Robert Peel, third Baronet, 

P.O., G.C.B. 

Waters, Miss, daughter of Mrs Waters. 
Waters, John, HA., St Mary's Hall, Oxford; nephew of Sir John Waters, 

(1774-1842), K.C.B., who served at Waterloo. 

Wat kins, Lady Muriel Maud Stuart, only surviving daughter 
5 the eleventh Earl of Lindsay; wife of Watkin J. Y. Strang AYatkms 
barrister, of Shotton Hall, Salop. 

Watson, Right Rev. Monsignor Edward J., MA Christ (Allege, 
Cambridge; barrister; then curate of St John's, St Leonai-ds-on-Sea Sussex. 
A Priest" formerly Professor at St Edmund's College, Old Hall A\ are, 
Hertfordshire; Domestic Prelate to Pope Pius X; now at St Charles 
School, Brentwood, Essex; a "founder" of Westminster Cathedral. < 

Watson, Dr Gordon. 



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Watson, Rev. Jabez, M.A., Magdalene College, Cambridge; curate at 
Lostwithiel. 

Watson, Rev. John, a lay-brother of the Society of Jesus, and sub- 
librarian at Stonyhurst College, Blackburn, Lancashire. (1878) 

t Watson, Rev. Joseph Martin, M.A., Cams and Gonville College, 
Cambridge; vicar of Long Whatton. (1852) 

Watson, Rev. Maurice, a Dominican Friar and Chaplain to the China 
Squadron at Hong Kong. (1873) 

t Watson-Taylor, Emilius, of Hedington Manor, Oxfordshire. 

Watts, Rev. C. J., of Cromwell House, Lower Edmonton; a Baptist 
Preacher. (1890) 

Watts, J. J., of Hawsdale Hall, Cumberland. 

Watts- Russell, Miss Amy, a nun of the Visitation Order; daughter of 
Edward Watts-Russell, youngest son of Jesse Watts-Russell, (1787-1875), 
M.P. for North Staffordshire, of Karn Hall, Staffordshire. (1889) 

Watts-Russell, Mrs Augusta, (1813-1851), nee Barker; wife of the 
Rev. Michael Watts-Russell, (1815-1875), M.A., rector of Benefield, 
Northamptonshire; mother of the Rev. Michael Watts-Russell, a Passionist 
Priest at St Joseph's Retreat, Ilighgate Hill, London, N.; of Julian Watts- 
Russell, (1850-1867), a Papal Zouave who fell at Mentana, and of Sister 
Teresa Maria Watts- Russell, of the Sisters of Charity, Darlington. (1845) 

Watts-Russell, Mrs Charlotte, (1827-1908), daughter of Sir Charles 
Neville; wife of David Pike Watts-Russell, (1820-1894), son of Jesse 
Watts-Russell, (1787-1875), M.P. for North Staffordshire, of Kam Hall, 
Staffordshire; granddaughter of the ninth Earl of Lucan. (1845) 

Watts- Russell, David Pike, (1820-1894), youngest son of Jesse Watts 
Russell, (1787-1875), M.P. for North Staffordshire, of Kam Hall, Stafford- 
shire. (1845) 

Watts-Russell, Rev. Michael, (1815-1875), M.A., Christ Church, 
Oxford; rector of Benefield, Northamptonshire; elder brother of the 
preceding; and three daughters, one a nun. (1845) 

Wauchope, Miss, sister of Major-General Andrew Gilbert Wauchope, 
C.B., C.M.G., (1846-1899), who fell at Magersfontein; daughter of Andrew 
Wauchope, of Niddrie Marisohal, Liberton, Midlothian, N.B. (1906) 



Waugh, Rev. F. J. Norman, a Priest-in-charge of St Mary's, Carltor:, 
Yorkshire; son of the Rev. Benjamin Waugh, (1839-1908), a Congregational 
Minister, author, and Director of the Society for the Prevention of 
Cruelty to Children. 

Waugh, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Benjamin Waugh, (1839-1908), a Congre- 
gational Minister. 

Waugh, Mrs, wife of a well-known London physician. 



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Wawn, Miss Alice Hay, (1854-1906), of Scarborough, Yorkshire; 
daughter of the Rev. Edward Beckersteth Wawn, M.A. of Cheltenham, an 
Anglican clergyman. (1880) 

t Waylen, Rev. Edward, an Anglican clergyman. (1871) 

Waylen, Mrs, wife of the Rev. Edward Waylen, an Anglican cleryrnan. 

(1871) 

t Waylen, Miss, the authoress, who wrote under the name of "Ethel 
Tone"; daughter of the Rev. Edward Waylea (1871) 

t Waylen, Walter, of Philadelphia; editor of the Connecticut <V///W/V, 
Hartford; son of the Rev. Edward Waylen, an Anglican clergyman. (1871) 

t Wayte, Dr Charles Matthew, brother of the Rev. S. W. Wayte, 
B.D., formerly President of Trinity College, Oxford. (1851) 

t Wayte, S. S., father of the late Dr Charles Matthew Wayte. (1850) 

Weale, W. H. James, of King's College, London; archaeologist and 
author; for seven years keeper of the South Kensington Art Library; 
organiser of the Bruges Exhibition of Flemish Masters in 1902; Knight 
of the Belgian Order of Leopold; son of James Weale, by Susan G. 
Ellis Vesien; father of Miss Frances Clara Weale, the authoress, and 
of the late Rev. Francis Lawrence Weale, a Priest at St James', 
Reading. 

t Weathers, Mrs, mother of the late Right Rev. Dr Weathers, Bishop of 
Amycla. 

Webb, Rev. Richard T., M.A., Lincoln College, Oxford; vicar of 
H amble ton- with-Braunston, Rutlandshire. (1875) 

Webber, Major-General C. ., of the Royal Engineers, and consult- 
ing electrical engineer, M.Inst.C.E. ; M.I.E.E. ; took part in the Indian 
Mutiny, instructor in topography, R.M.A.; with Prussian Army in I860; 
special commission preparatory transport Abyssinian expedition, for nine 
years in charge of R.E. postal telegraphs; took part in South African 
campaign 1879, Egypt and Nile expeditions 1882-85; past President of the 
Institute of Electrical Engineers; son of the Rev. T. Webber, of Leekfield, 
co. Sligo, Ireland. 

Webber, Mrs, wife of a London clergyman. 

Webber, Frederick Glynn Incledon, of Clieglinch, Ilfracombe. 

Wedgwood, Mrs Agnes, daughter of Dr John Harley, of Breding, 
Pulborough, formerly of Brook Street and Stratford Place, London, W. ; 
second wife of Rowland Henry Wedgwood, M.A., Oxon. (1906) 

Wedgwood, Rev. Rowland Henry, of Cuddesdon Theological 
College; M.A., Worcester College, Oxford; successively curate of All 
Hallows, Southwark, London, S.E., and of Cheddingstone, Kent; a 
founder of the Catholic Record Society; his first wife was Helen, 
daughter of W. Rudd, of Ballincolig, co. Cork, Ireland; son of Henry 
Allen Wedgwood, of Erlscote, Cheltenham. (1879) 



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Wegg-Prosser, Francis Richard, of Eton College; B.A., Balliol 
College, Oxford; First Class in Mathematics ; J.P. and D.L. for Hereford- 
shire; M.P. for Herefordshire, 1847-52; took name of Wegg-Prosser in 
1847 on succeeding to Belmont, the property of his great-uncle the 
Rev. Richard Prosser, D.D., Prebendary of Durham; High Sherifi for 
Herefordshire in 1855; Lieutenant-Colonel commanding 1st City of 
London Artillery Volunteers, 1880-83; founder of the Cathedral Church 
of Belmont; has served on the Council of the Catholic Union; only son of 
the Rev. Francis Haggitt, D.D., rector of Nuneham Courtney, and 
Prebendary of Durham, by Lucy, daughter of William Parry, of 
Kingstreet, Herefordshire; son-in-law of the second Earl Somers; father of 
Major John Francis Wegg-Prosser, late of the Rifle Brigade, and of 
Captain Charles Edward Wegg-Prosser, late of the Rifle Brigade. (1852) 

Weguelin, Rev. William Andrew, (1807-1892), M.A., Emmanuel 
College, Cambridge; for twenty-four years rector of South Stoke, 
Arundel, Sussex; father of John Reinhard Weguelin, the artist. (1850) 

t Weguelin, Mrs, wife of the late Rev. William Andrew Weguelin, 
M.A., Cantab. (1856) 

Welch man, C. W. F., of the General Post Office; Nar bonne Avenue, 
Clapham Common, London, S.W. 

Weld-Blundell, Mrs Charlotte Marcia, eldest daughter of the 
Hon. Charles D'Arcy Pierrepoint Lane- Fox, son of the 12th Baron 
Conyers; wife of Charles Joseph Weld-Blundell, of Ince Blundell Hall, 
Blundellsands, Lancashire. (1883) 

Wellesley, Richard John, B.A., Christ Church, Oxford. 
Wellington, Augustine, the dramatic author. 

Wellington, William Philip, M.A., Oxon. (1802) 

Wellington, Mrs, wife of William Philip Wellington, M.A., Oxon. (1892) 

Wells, Frederick Fort esc ue, M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge; son 
of Sir Mordaunt Lawson Wells, Q.C., a judge in Bengal. 

Wells, George, three times Mayor of Bedford. 

Wells, Rev. E. Gresham, M.A., Merton College, Oxford; curate of All 
Saints', Margaret Street, London, W. ; then a barrister; son of Sir Mordaunt 
Lawson Wells, Q.C., a judge in Bengal. 

t Weils, Rev. Thomas, curate of St Martin's, Liverpool. A Priest. (1846) 

t Welman, Mrs Annette, wife of Charles Noel Welwan, (1814-1907), 
daughter of Cornelius H. Bolton. (1850) 

Welman, Charles Noel, (1814-1907), of Edinburgh University; J.P. 
and D.L. for Somersetshire; J.P. for Devonshire; formerly captain of the 
Somerset Yeomanry Cavalry; son of Thomas Welman, of Poundisford Park 
and Norton Manor, Taunton, Somersetshire ; grandson of Baroness 
Barham; father of Major Charles Caesar Welman, J.P. for Somersetshire, 
and son-in-law of Charles Henry Stonor, (1798-1840), of Lostock, Lanca- 
shire, brother of the third Baron Camoys ; and of Major Arthur Noel 
Welman, (1845-1906), of the Berkshire Regiment. (1850) 

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Wen ham, Rev. J. Alyn, a 1'riest-in-charge of St Mary's, Brigg, Lincoln- 
shire; son of the Rev. John Wenham, M.A., of Walthamstow, Essex. 

Wenham, Very Rev. John George, (1820-181)5), B.A., Magdalen 
College, Oxford; Anglican Army chaplain in Ceylon. A Priest; Provost 
of South wark diocese; Inspector of Schools; founder of St Mary's, 
Mortlake, Surrey; author; brother of the preceding. (1846) 

Went worth, The Lady, Lady Ada Mary Milbanko, fourteenth Baroness; 
only child of the second Earl of Lovelace, and thirteenth Baron Wcntworth; 
granddaughter of the Rev. George Heriot, M.A., of Fellow Hills, Berwick; 
great granddaughter of George Gordon, Lord Byron, (1788-1824), the 
poet. 

Wesley, Samuel, (1766-1837), musician and composer; son of the Rev. 
Charles Wesley, M.A., (1707-1788), divine and hymn-writer; nephew of 
the Rev. John Wesley, M.A. (1703-1791), the evangelist and leader of 
Methodism. (1784) 

West, Austin, formerly a Nonconformist; journalist and Roman 
correspondent of The Daily Chronicle. 

West, Dr Charles, (1835-1898), founder of, and chief physician at the 
Children's Hospital, Great Ormond Street, London, W.C.; member of 
the Academy of Medicine, Paris. 

West, Miss, sister of J. R. West, of Alscot Park. 

Westall, Mrs Emma Selina, (1833-1907), daughter of Captain 
Hawksley; wife of the Rev. William Westall, M.A., late rector of St 
Leonard's, Colchester, Essex. 

Westbury, The Lady, Lady Agatha Manners Tollemache, sister of the 
9th Earl of Dysart; wife of the 3rd Baron Westbury. 

Wester man, John, B.A., Oriel College, Oxford. (1878) 

Westermann, Miss, of Kensington; niece of Sir Alexander Grant, (1826- 
1884), eighth Baronet, Principal of Edinburgh University; grand-niece of 
Miss Susan Edmonstone Ferrier, (1782-1854), the novelist. 

Western, Colonel William George Balfour, late commanding 2nd 
Battalion Royal West Kent Regiment, C.B.; served in the Nile Expedition, 
1884-85; Instructor at R.M. College, Sandhurst; served on the North 
West Frontier of India in 1897, when he was wounded; and commanded 
a column during the last South African War, when he obtained his C.B. 

Westlake, Mrs Edith, daughter of Robert William Sannemann, F.R.C.S.; 
wife of Frederick Westlake, (1840-1893), the pianist and composer. (1884) 

Westlake, Mrs Frances, nte Lloyd; wife of Nathaniel Hubert John 
Westlake, F.S.A., painter and designer. (1859) 



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Westlake, Frederick, (1840-1898), pianist and composer; Fellow and 
Professor of the Royal Academy of Music, London; son of John Westlake, 
of Romsey, Hampshire. (1861) 

Westlake, Nathaniel Hubert John, F.S.A., painter and designer- 
writer on Christian archaeology and art; Member of the British arid 
American Archaeological Society of Rome; Chairman of Board of 
Guardians, St Giles' and St George's parishes, Bloomsbury; Manager and 
Chairman of the Central Sick Asyluina of Cleveland Street and Hendon ; 
son of John Westlake, of Romsey, Hampshire. (1857) 

Westlake, Philip, (1844-1885), the artist ; son of John Westlake, of 
Romsey, Hampshire. (1864) 

Westropp, William, late of Margate College, then Headmaster of 
Percy House Catholic School, Cliftonville, Margate, Kent. 

Westropp, Mrs, wife of William Westropp, of Margate. 

t Wetherell, Thomas F., B.A., Oxon; joint-editor with Acton of The 
Home and foreign Review. (1849) 

f Wether-field, George Manley, solicitor, of London. (1847) 

Wharton, Rev. George Henry, M.A., Christ Church, Oxford; rector 
of St John's, Middlesborough, Yorkshire. (1904) 

Whately, IVIrs Maud Isabel, wife of Captain Reginald Pepys Whately; 
daughter of the late Rev. Thomas Davis, M.A., Cantab, late curate of 
St John's, Torquay. (1891) 

Whately, Captain Reginald Pepys, of Cheltenham College; served 
in the Egyptian War of 1882, and in the Nile Expedition two years later. 

(1899) 

Wheeler, Rev. William, (1808-1889), B.D., Fellow of Magdalen College, 
Oxford ; rector of Old and New Shoreham, Sussex. A Priest of the Arch- 
diocese of Westminster. 

Whelpton, George B., late Assistant-Secretary of the English Church 
Union. (1879) 

Whinyates, Mrs Constance, wife of Major-General Frederick 
Thomas Whinyates; daughter of Matthew Bell, of Bourne Park, Canter- 
bury, Kent. (1891) 

Whinyates, Major-General Frederick Thomas, late of the 
Royal Horse Artillery; served with distinction throughout the Crimean 
War, being present at the battles of Balaclava and Inkerman, and the 
siege of Sebastopol; son of Major-General Frederick Whinyates, R.E., of 
Walton, Cumberland. (1891) 

Whish, Rev. George Thomas, (1827-1907), M.A., Christ Church, 
Oxford; an Anglican curate ; youngest son of the Rev. Richard Peter 
Whish, M.A., for forty years vicar of Monkton-cum-Birchington-cum- 
Acol, Isle of Thanet, Kent, then Prebendary of Bath and Wells, by 
Sophia Catherine, youngest daughter of Colonel Streatfield, of Chidding- 
stone, Kent. 



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t Whish, Mrs, wife of the Rev. George Thomas Whish, (1827-1907), 
M.A., Oxon. 

White, Rev. A. C-, minister of a Swedenborgian community; author. 

(1907) 

White, Mrs Anna Cadogan, (1819-1903), wife of the Rev. J. T. 
White, M.A., Cantab. (1861) 

White, Rev. James Baker, (1842-1910), of King's School, Canterbury; 
M.A., St John's College, Oxford; curate of St John the Divine, Kennington, 
London, S.E. A Priest, (Oblate of St Charles), in charge of St Francis, 
Pottery Lane, Notting Hill, London, W. (1877) 

t White, Rev. J. T. Trevor, M.A., Magdalene College, Cambridge; 
curate of Norton St Philip; late editor of The Union. (1861) 

White, Mrs Louisa Augusta, (1828-1906), of Derwent House, 
Leamington; wife of Thomas White, of Wheatstone Park, Codsall, 
Staffordshire; a generous benefactress to the mission of St Peter's, 
Leamington. 

White, Miss Maude Valerie, the composer and translator of Letters 
from a Mourning City. 

Whitlaw, Rev. George, M.A., Christ Church, Oxford; curate of St 
Stephen's, Clewer, near Windsor; for several years Hon. Secretary of the 
Superior Council of the Society of St Vincent de Paul; in 1907 he obtained 
the Knighthood of St Gregory the Great in recognition of his devoted 
labours for the London poor; son of Charles Whitlaw, of Taplow, Bucks. 

(1881) 

Whitmee, Very Rev. William, (1850-1909), a Priest, General of the 
Pallotine Fathers, and Rector of San Silvestro in Capite, Rome; author. 

Whitmore, Captain Douglas, grandson of the fifth Marquess of 
Queensberry. 

t Wickham, Captain Henry Louis, late of the Rifle Brigade, of 
Binsted-Wick, Hampshire; father of Captain Henry Lamplugh Wickham, 
late of the Rifle Brigade, A.D.C. to Lord Stanmore when Governor of 
Trinidad and Mauritius, J.P. for Hampshire and Warwickshire, son-in-law 
of the eleventh Lord Arundell of Wardour. (1859) 

Wilberforce, Rev. Henry William, (1807-1873), M.A., Oriel College, 
Oxford; successively Perpetual Curate of Bramsgore, New Forest, Hamp- 
shire; vicar of Walmer; vicar of East Farleigh, Kent. Proprietor and 
Editor of The Weekly Register; barrister; author; Secretary of the Catholic 
Defence Society; fourth son of William Wilberforce, (1759-1833), of 
Markington, M.P. for the county of York, the statesman, philanthropist 
and slave emancipator, by Barbara, daughter of Isaac Spooner, of 
Elnidon Hall, co. Warwick, by Barbara, his wife, sister of the first Lord 
Calthorpe. (1850) 



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Wilberforce, Mrs Mary, (1810-1878), wife of the Rev. Henry William 
Wilberforce, (1807-1873), M.A., Oxon ; daughter of the Rev. John Sargent, 
(1780-1833), M.A., Cantab, rector of Lavington-cum-Graffham, Sussex; 
sister-in-law of Cardinal Manning, (1808-1892); of the Right Rev. Dr Samuel 
Wilberforce, (1805-1873), Lord Bishop of Winchester; and of the Rev. George 
Dudley Ryder, (1810-1880), rector of Easton, Hampshire, son of the Right 
Rev. and Hon. Dr Henry Ryder, (1777-1836), Lord Bishop of Lichfield and 
Coventry ; mother of the Rev. Arthur Henry Bertrand Wilberforce, (1839- 
1904), a Dominican Friar at St Thomas' Priory, Hawkesyard, Rugeley; of 
Henry Edward Wilberforce, formerly Secretary to the Earl Marshall, sub- 
sequently of the Probate Office, Somerset House, son-in-law of Robert 
Sadleir Moody, (1823-1907); of Wilfrid Ignatius Wilberforce, (1850-1910), of 
the British Museum, author, son-in-law of Captain the Hon. Biryan J. 
Stapleton (1831-1903), of the eighth Baron Beaumont's family; of Miss 
Caroline Mary Wilberforce, a nun of the Order of St Francis ; and of Mrs 
Agnes Everilda Mary Froude, (1845-1890), wife of Richard Hurrell Froude, 
eldest son of William Froude, F.R.S. (1850) 

Wilberforce, Mrs Mary Frances, (1800-1880), wife of William 
Wilberforce, (1798-1879), eldest son of the slave emancipator; daughter 
of the Rev. John Owen, (1766-1822), M.A., Cantab, rector of Paglesham, 
Essex, and vicar of Fulham, London, one of the founders of the Bible 
Society. (1852) 

Wilberforce, The Venerable Robert Isaac, (1802 1857), M.A., 
Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford; successively vicar of East Farleigh, 
Kent; vicar of Burton Agnes, near Hull; Canon of York and Archdeacon 
of the East Riding of Yorkshire; second son of William Wilberforce, 
(1759-1833), the statesman, philanthropist and slave emancipator; died in 
Rome in minor orders; author; son-in-law of the Venerable Archdeacon 
Wrangham. (1854) 

Wilberforce, Mrs Rosa Elizabeth, (1830-1878), first wife of William 
Wilberforce, (1821-1900); daughter of Thomas Jones, of Pentyr Hall, 
Carnarvonshire, North Wales. (1851) 

Wilberforce, William, (1798-1879), M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge; 
J.P. for Yorkshire, Middlesex, and Gloucestershire; Lord of the Manor of 
Markington, Yorkshire; M.P. for Hull; eldest brother of the Venerable Robert 
Isaac Wilberforce, (1802-1857), and of the Right Rev. Dr Samuel 
Wilberforce, (1805-1873), successively Lord Bishop of Oxford and 
Winchester. (1860) 

Wilberforce, William, (1821-1900), M.A., Oriel College, Oxford; 
barrister, Lord of the Manor of Markington, Yorkshire; eldest son of 
William Wilberforce, (1798-1879); father of William Basil Wilberforce, 
Lord of the Manor of Markington, great-grandson of the emancipator, and 
son-in-law of Robert Sadleir Moody, (1823-1907), of Little Malvern. (1864) 

Wilcocks, Mrs Caroline E., wife of the Rev. Horace Stone Wilcocks, 
M.A., Cantab; and family, among whom is Osmund Wilcocks, solicitor, 
of Plymouth. (1885) 

Wilcocks, Rev. Horace Stone, M.A., St John's College, Cambridge; 
successively curate of St Luke's, Heywood, Lancashire, St James's, 
Keyham, Devonport, and of St Peter's, Plymouth; then vicar of St James- 
the-Less, Plymouth, Devonshire; son of James Blackmore Wilcocks, J.P. 
of Plymouth. (1880) 



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Wilcox, J. P., late organist at the Anglican Church, Usk, Monmouthshire. 

(1884) 
Wilde, Captain. 

Wilde, Mrs, wife of Captain Wilde. 

Wilderspin, Rev. Frederick G., of Cambridge ; a Priest, till lately 
chaplain to the religious of St Andrew, Streatham, London, S.W., now in 
charge St Mary Magdalene, Upper North Street, Brighton. (1884) 

Wilderspin, Miss, sister of the Rev. Frederick G. Wilderspin, a Priest. 

Wild man, Miss, daughter of Colonel Wildman. 

Wilkinson, Miss, of the Fever Hospital, Haverstock Hill, London, N.W. 

Wilkinson, Mrs, wife of the Rev. J. B. Wilkinson, M.A., of Lavender Hill, 
London, S.W. 

t Wilkinson, Miss Emma Eliza, daughter of the Rev. Thomas 
Wilkinson, M.A., an Anglican clergyman. 

Wilkinson, The Right Rev. Dr Thomas William, (1825-1909), of 
Harrow School; M.A., Durham University; curate of St Saviour's, Leeds; 
fifth Bishop of Hexham and Newcastle; President of St Cuthbert's 
College, Ushaw, Durham; second son of George Hutton Wilkinson, D.L., 
first County Court Judge, and Recorder of Newcastle, of Harperley Park, 
co. Durham; brother of the Rev. George Pearson Wilkinson, M.A., for 
many years vicar of Thornley, near Wolsingham, co. Durham; and of the 
Rev. Edward Abercrombie Wilkinson, M.A., J.P., Vicar of Whitworth, 
co. Durham. (1847) 

t Wilkinson, Miss, a nun; sister of the Right Rev. Dr T. W. Wilkinson, 
(1825-1909), Bishop of Hoxham and Newcastle. (1848) 

Willan, Mrs Douglas, of Bryderwen, Brecon, South Wales. (1893) 

Willes, Mrs Alice, daughter of the Rev. Sir William H. Cope, twelfth 
Baronet, of Bramshill; widow of William Willes, J.P. and D.L. of Newbold 
Comyn, Leamington, Warwickshire. 

Willett, Rev. Edmund Arthur, M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge; 
vicar in the diocese of Ely. 

Williams, Achilles Leo, grandson of the Rev. W. H. Williams, M.A. 
of Wolverhampton, an Anglican clergyman. 

Williams, Rev. Ambrose John, B.A., Peterhouse, Cambridge; vicar 
of Weston Beggard, Herefordshire. ' (1907) 

Williams, Bertie Francis, grandson of the Rev. W. H. Williams, M.A. 
of Wolverhampton, an Anglican clergyman. 

Williams, Miss Clare, granddaughter of the Rev. W. H. Williams, M.A. 

Williams, Rev. David, a Priest, till lately at SS. Peter and Paul, 
Newport, Shropshire. 

Williams, Edwin Vincent, grandson of the Rev. W. H. Williams, M.A., 
of Wolverhampton, an Anglican clergyman. 



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Williams, Ernest Edwin, of the North London Collegiate School; 
author; Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society, etc; leader-writer on 
Financial News; eldest son of the late George Edwin Williams, solicitor. 

(1898) 

Williams, Frederick, grandson of the Rev. W. H. Williams, M.A., of 
Wolverhampton. 

Williams, George Douglas, son of George Thomas Williams, barrister. 

Williams, Miss Gwladys ab. Agnes, youngest daughter of Samuel 
Charles Evans Williams, M.A., Oxon, J.P. for Radnorshire. (1895) 

Williams, Rev. John Herbert, M.A., scholar, First Classman, Demy of 
Magdalen College, Oxford; formerly an Anglican clergyman; barrister; 
LL.B. ; at one time Lecturer in Magdalen and Hertford Colleges, Oxford; 
author. 

Williams, John J. Paul, grandson of the Rev. W. H. Williams, M.A., 
of Wolverhampton, an Anglican clergyman. 

t Williams, Mrs Mary Caroline, wife of Samuel Charles Evans 
Williams, M.A., Oxon, J.P. for Radnorshire; daughter of the Rev. H. W. 
R. Luttman- Johnson, M.A., of Binder ton, Sussex. (1894) 

Williams, Richard, M.A., Oriel College, Oxford. 

Williams, Miss Rita Frances, granddaughter of the Rev. W. H. 
Williams, M.A., of Wolverhampton, an Anglican clergyman. 

Williams, Robert Cunningham, eldest son of General Williams. 
Williams, Miss, daughter of the Rector of Bodclwyddan, North Wales. 
Williams, Miss, a nun; formerly an Anglican Sister at East Grinstead. 

Williams, Samuel Charles Evans, of Westminster School; M.A., 
Christ Church, Oxford; J.P. for Radnorshire; was High Sheriff for 
Radnorshire in 1880; M.P. for Radnor 1880-4; Alderman and Vice-chair- 
man of first Radnorshire County Council; son of the Rev. John Williams, 
M.A., late vicar of Spelsbury. * (1894) 

Williams, Rev. Sidney William Arthur, curate of St Clement's, 
Netting Hill, [London, W. A Priest till recently at St Charles, Fitzroy 
Square, London, W., now in charge of The Assumption of Our Lady, 
Maldon, Essex. (1903) 

Williams, Walter R. Francis, son of the Rev. W. H. Williams, M.A., 
of Wolverhampton, an Anglican clergyman. 

t Williams, The Right Rev. William, a Priest and Monsignor. 
Williams, Mrs, wife of Major S. Williams, of the Royal Engineers. (1908) 
t Williams, Rev. William E., a Priest in South Wales 

Williams, William John, B.A., Queen's College, Oxford; author 
sometime Secretary to Mr Wilfrid Ward, the historian and biographer. 

(1800) 



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Williams, William Vincent, son of the Rev. W. H. Williams, M.A., 
of Wolverhampton, an Anglican clergyman. 

Williams, Rev. Xavier, a Passionist Priest. 

Williams-Bulkeley, Lady Maria Frances, (1807 1889), wife of 
Sir Richard Williams-Bulkeiey, tenth Baronet; only daughter of Sir 
Thomas Massey Stanley, ninth Baronet. 

Williamson, Rev. Benedict, a Priest-in-charge of St Gregory, Earls- 
field, London, S.W. 

Williamson, Mrs, mother of the Rev. Benedict Williamson. 
Williamson, Miss, sister of the Rev. Benedict Williamson. 

Williamson, Rev. Charles David Robertson, of Eton College; 
B.A., University College, Oxford. A Priest, till lately at Lawers, Crieff, 
Perthshire, N.B. ; now resident in Venice; son of Colonel Williamson, and 
grandson of the first Baron Tredegar. (1876) 

Williamson, George C., Litt.D., Chevalier of the Legion of Honour; 
a well-known writer on art and archaeology; is on the Council of the 
Catholic Record Society. (1899) 

Williamson, Mrs, wife of George C. Williamson, Litt.D.; and family. 

(1899) 

Willington, Rev. John Ralph, M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge; 
successively curate of St John's, Torquay; All Saint's, Margaret Street, 
London, W. ; and chaplain to the Sisters of St John the Baptist. For 
two years member of the Leamington School Board, and since on the 
Education Committee of the Warwickshire County Council; author of 
several historical and biographical works. (1886) 

Willis, Mrs Alice Mary, nee Milner, wife of the Rev. Thomas Frederick 
Willis, B.A., Oxon., formerly curate-in- charge of Brooking, Darlington, 
Devonshire ; mother of Ambrose Willis, of St Paul's School and London 
Cniversity, publisher of The Tabld. (1883) 

Willis, Miss Isabel, sister of the Rector of Bassingham, Lincolnshire. 

(1880) 

Willis, Rev. Thomas Frederick, of Radley and Eton Colleges ; 
B.A., Exeter College, Oxford ; successively curate of St Nicholas, Great 
Yarmouth ; St George's Mission, London Docks ; St Paul's, Brighton ; 
Wantage, Berkshire ; then in charge of Brooking, Darlington, Devonshire. 

(1876) 
Wilmer, Mrs, wife of Colonel Wilmer, late of the 8th Hussars. 

Wilmot, Miss Eliza Harriet, sister of Sir J. Eardley Wilmot, fourth 
Baronet. 

Wilson, Arthur, M.A., Christ Church, Oxford. 

Wilson, Rev. B., M. A., Cantab; vicar of Fordham, Cambridgeshire. (1859) 

Wilson, Captain, of Edinburgh, N.B. 

Wilson, Rev. Charles Kennedy, (1831-1906), a Priest of the Society 
of Jesus at St Mary's Hall, Stonyhurst. 

Wilson, Miss, a Dominican nun; formerly an Anglican sister at Oxford. 



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Wilson, Miss Fanny, a nun; sister of the preceding. 

Wilson, Frederick Collins, (1832-1887), B.A., Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge; barrister at Theobald's, Hertfordshire; a great benefactor to the 
Catholic Mission at Waltham Cross, Hertfordshire. (1855) 

Wilson, The Right Rev. Monsignor George, formerly a Quaker. 
A Priest, Canon, Monsignor and Vicar-General of the diocese of Aberdeen; 
at St Sylvester's, Elgin, N.B. 

Wilson, Rev. Harold Lancaster Wilfrid, M.A., Caius and Gonville 
Colleges, Cambridge; curate of St Catherine's, Liverpool; now master at 
St Wilfrid's College, Preston. (1899) 

Wilson, Mrs, wife of the Eev. Harold Lancaster Wilfrid Wilson, M.A., 
Cantab. (1899) 

Wilson, Rev. Herbert, of Winchester College; B.A., Magdalen College, 
Oxford; sometime owner and editor of Rod and Gun-, a Benedictine Monk 
and Conf rater at St Michael's Priory, Belmont; son of Alfred Wilson, J.P. 
of Oak Bank, Sevenoaks, Kent. (1902) 

Wilson, Lady Ida, second daughter of the fifth Earl of Fife; sister of 
the present Duke of Fife; wife of the late William Wilson. 

Wilson, Councillor J. T. R., of Edinburgh, Justice of the Peace for the 
County of Midlothian; member of the City Council of Edinburgh, the 
School Board of Edinburgh, the Diocesan Education Board of St Andrews 
and Edinburgh; senior Major, 5th Battalion Royal Scots. 

Wilson, Mrs Dora Florence, wife of the above ; daughter of Thomas 
Hall of Warrington. 

Wilson, Rev. James, of the Presbyterian Church of Scotland. A priest 
of the Society of Jesus, till lately at St Aloysius', Oxford, now at St 
Stanislaus, Roehainpton, London, S.W. (1890) 

Wilson, Rev. James, curate of Dereham, Norfolk. (1896) 

Wilson, Mrs Jane, (1808-1895), wife of Henry Wilson, of Canonbury, 
London, N.; mother of the late Rev. W. H. Wilson, (1837-1895), a Priest 
in the Birmingham Diocese. 

Wilson, Rev. John, a Priest of the Society of Jesus, till recently at St 
Aloysius, Garnet Hill, Glasgow, N.B., now at the Cathedral, Georgetown, 
Demerara, British Guiana. (1882) 

t Wilson, Rev. Richard, B.A., Cantab; curate of Stapleton. (1858) 

Wilson, Robert, (1812-1881), M.A., Oxon; of Park Hill, Clapham, 
London, S.W. 

t Wilson, Rev. S. S., an Independent Minister. (1848) 

Wilson, Rev. William Henry, (1837-1895), M.A., Queens' College, 
Cambridge; curate of Frome Selwood, Somersetshire. A Priest in the 
Birmingham Diocese. (1870) 

t Wilson, Mrs, mother of the late Rev. William Henry Wilson, M.A., 
Cantab; wife of Henry Wilson, of London. (1872) 

t Wilton, Major J. R., of the 60th Rifles. 



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Winchester, Rev. William, M.A., Christ Church, Oxford; an Anglican 
chaplain at Dacca, India; chamberlain to Pope Leo XIII. (1860) 

t Winchester, Mrs, wife of the Rev. William Winchester, M.A., Oxon; 
sister-in-law of the seventh Viscount Torrington. (I860) 

t Windeyer, Edward, of King's College, London. (1850) 

Windle, Bertram Coghill Alan, of Repton School; M.A., M.D., D.Sc., 
University of Dublin; F.R.S.; F.S.A.; till recently Dean of the Medical 
Faculty and Professor of Anatomy, University of Birmingham; now 
President of Queen's College, Cork; Senator of the Royal University of 
Ireland and a Commissioner of Intermediate Education; author; son of 
the Rev. S. A. Windle, B.D., vicar of Market Rasen, Lincolnshire, by 
Sydney Katharine, daughter of Admiral Sir Josiah Coghill, third Baronet, 
of Coghill, Yorkshire. (1883) 

Windle, Mrs Edith Mary, net Na/er; second wife of Dr Bertram Cog- 
hill Alan Windle, President of Queen's College, Cork. 

Windle, Mrs Madeline, (1861-1900), nee Hudson, first wife of Dr Bertram 
Coghill Alan Windle, President of University College, Cork. (1887) 

Windthrop, The Misses, daughters of Captain Hay Windthrop, of the 
Royal Navy. 

Wingate, Rev. William, rector of St John's, Devonport, Devonshire. 

(1904) 

Wingate, Mrs, wife of the Rev. William Wingate. (1904) 

Wingate, Miss, daughter of the Rev. William Wingate. (1904) 

Wingate, Miss M. G. M., daughter of the Rev. William Wingate. (1904) 

Wingfield, Philip James, (1819-1893), barrister; son of the Rev. Dr 
Wingfield, Prebendary of Worcester; nephew of the Right Rev. Dr James, 
(1786-1828), Bishop of Calcutta. (1893) 

t Wingfield, Thomas, son of the Rev. Dr Wingfield, Prebendary of 
Worcester. 

Wingfield, Rev. William Frederick, (1813-174), M.A., Christ 
Church, Oxford; curate of St Mark's, North Audley Street, London, W.; 
then a barrister; son of the Rev. Dr Wingfield, Prebendary of Worcester. 

(1845) 

t Wingfield, Mrs, wife of the Rev. William Frederick Wingfield, (1813- 
1874), M.A., Oxon. (1845) 

Wingham, Miss Agnes Anna, formerly an Anglican sister. 

Wingham, Thomas, (1839-1893), Professor of the Royal Academy of 
Music, London; choirmaster of the Brompton Oratory, London, S.W. (1877) 

Winton, Mrs Louise, nee Kennedy, wife of Robert Winton, of Seremby 
Hall, Spilsby, Lincolnshire. 

Winton, Robert, of Seremby Hall, Spilsby, Lincolnshire. 

Withers, J. T., solicitor. 

Withers, Mrs, wife of J. T. Withers, solicitor. 

Withington, John, surgeon, London. 

Witty, R. J., solicitor, of Percy Lodge, East Sheen, Surrey. 



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t Wodehouse, The Hon. Admiral, son of the second Baron Wode- 

house. 
Wolferstan, Rev. Bertram, formerly Navigating-Lieutenant in the 

Royal Navy a Priest of the Society of Jesus at Wimbledon College, 

London, S.W.' ( 1891 ) 

Wolseley, Sir Charles, (1796-1854), eighth Baronet, of Wolseley 

Staffordshire; author. 
t Wolseley, Henry, brother of the late Sir Charles Wolseley, eighth 

Baronet. ( 184 ) 

Wonnacott, Rev. William Henry, B.A., Keble College^ Oxford; 

curate of Bovey Tracey, Devonshire. A Priest at The Assumption, High 

Street, Deptford, London, S.E. (1904) 

Wontner, Rupert, B.A., Exeter College, Oxford. (1901) 

Wood, Alexander, of Harrow School; M.A., Trinity College, Oxford; 

F.S.A. ; author of The Vatican and the Quirinal, etc. 

Wood, Mrs, wife of Alexander Wood, M.A., Oxon. 

t Wood, Mrs, wife of the late Rev. Canon Wood, M.A., of Canterbury. 

t Wood, Miss, daughter of the Rev. Canon Wood, M.A. 

Wood, Cecil Bowes, author of The City of Confusion, a Study in Modern 

Anglicanism. 
Wood, Very Rev. Charles Henry, rector of St Mary's School Chapel, 

Hull. A Priest and Canon at St Wilfrid's, Hull, Yorkshire. 
Wood, Edwin, of Balmoral Terrace, Coatham, Redcar, Yorkshire, 
t Wood, Rev. F. P., B.A., Oxon, an Anglican clergyman. (1848) 

Wood, Rev. Francis Granville, (1818-1856), of Westminster School 

and the Royal Naval College, Portsmouth; at one time Captain in the 

Royal Navy. A Priest of the Society of Jesus at Malta. (1850) 

t Wood, Mrs, mother of the late Rev. Francis Granville Wood; author of 
children's books. (1840) 

Wood, Grenville, barrister. 

Wood, Rev. Hubert James, (1839-1882), a Priest-in-charge of The 
Sacred Heart and St Pancras, Lewes, Sussex. (1859) 

t Wood, Mrs, mother of the late Rev. Hubert James Wood, a Priest. 

(1859) 
t Wood, Rev. J. R., a Priest. 

Wood, Rev. Richard Somerville, of Marlborough College ; M.A. 
Exeter College, Oxford ; Military Chaplain at Dum-Durn and Barrackpore 
India ; now Secretary of the Association for the Propagation of the Faith. 

(1893) 

Wood, Mrs Frances Harriet, (1862-1907), wife of the Rev. Richard 
Somerville Wood, M.A., Oxon; daughter of Afleck Moodie, barrister. (1893) 

t Wood, Rev. Septimus Green, M.A., Clare College, Cambridge; 
for twenty-four years rector of Keeby and West Real, Spilsby, Lincolnshire. 

(1879) 
t Wood, Rev. William, a Franciscan Friar. 



300 Converts to Rome 



Woodall, Rev. Edward H., (1816-1892), M.A., Exeter College, Oxford; 
rector of St Margaret's, Canterbury, Kent. A Priest-in-chn,rge of SS. 
Mary and Michael, Settle, Yorkshire, which church he designed and built 
at his own expense. (1859) 

t Woodburne, George Burgess Lancaster, M. A., Queen's College* 
Oxford; barrister, only son of George Woodburne, of Sandscale, Lancashire- 

t Woodburne, Mrs, wife of the late George Burgess Lancaster 
Woodburne, M.A., Oxon. 

Woodcock, Miss Catherine Mary Antony, the authoress, and 
contributor to The, Month and other periodicals ; daughter of the late Rev. 
Edward Woodcock, M.A., rector of Beeby, Leicestershire. (1904) 

Woodley, Fabian S., of University College, Oxford; son of William 
Augustus Woodley, one of the proprietors ox the Somerset County (i< 
and other papers. (1910) 

t Woodley, Henry, of Belle Vue Terrace, York. (1852) 

Woodroffe, Mrs Elizabeth, wife of the late Hon. Francis Henry 
Woodrotfe, B.A. ; daughter of T. Dunman, Commissioner of Police, Straits 
Settlements ; mother of Captain Arthur James Woodroffe, R.E., late 
Assistant Instructor in School of Military Surveying, Chatham; of the 
Rev. Louis Woodroffe. B.A., Exeter College, Oxford, a Priest and Professor 
at St John's Seminary, Wonersh, Guildford, Surrey; and of Paul Woodroffe, 
the artist and craftsman. (1869) 

Woodroffe, Mrs Florence, (1846-1894), wife of the Hon. James 
Tisdall \Voodroffe, (1838-1908); daughter of the Hon. James Hume, 
barrister, and Senior Presidency Magistrate of Calcutta; mother of the 
Hon. Mr Justice John George Woodroffe, M.A., B.C.L., of L T niversity 
College, Oxford, judge of the High Court of Calcutta. 

Woodroffe, The Hon. Francis Henry, (1842-1882), B.A., Queen's 
College, Cork; member of the Inner Temple, District Judge, Madras Civil 
Service; son of the Rev. Canon John Woodroffe, M.A., rector of Glanmire, 
co. Cork, Ireland; brother of the Rev. John Nunn Blacker Woodroffe, M.A., 
till lately vicar of All Saints, Forest Gate, London, E. (1869) 

Woodroffe, The Hon. James Tisdall, (1838-1908), B.A., scholar 
and Gold Medallist in Ethics and Logic of Trinity College, Dublin; 
barrister ; Advocate-General of Bengal and Calcutta; member of the 
Legislative Council of Bengal; Knight Commander of St Gregory the 
Great; a "founder" of Westminster Cathedral, J.P. for Dorsetshire; 
eldest brother of the preceding. 

Woodruff, Rev. John Eveleigh, B.A., Durham University; curate of 
St John's, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. (1907) 

Woods, The Very Rev. Julian Edmund Tenison, (1832-1889), 
B.A., Balliol College, Oxford: geologist and naturalist; F.L.S.; F.G.S. 
A Passionist Priest and Vicar-General in South Australia ; author of The, 
History of the Discovery and Exploration of Australia, etc. (1853) 

t Woods, Mrs, mother of the Very Rev. Julian Edmund Tenison Woods, 
(1832-1889), B.A., Oxon; wife of tho late J. D. Woods, Q.C. (I860) 



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Woodward, Rev. Jonathan Henry, (1805-1879), M.A., Trinity 
College Dublin; vicar of St James', Bristol; an eloquent preacher; grand- 
son of the Most Rev. Dr Richard Woodward, (1726-1794), Lord Bishop of 
,Cloyne, Ireland. (1851) 

Woodward, Mrs Mary Susannah, (1818-1903), wife of the Rev 
Jonathan Henry Woodward, (1805-1879); daughter of the Rev. J. W. 
Cunningham, M.A., vicar of Harrow-on-the-Hill, Middlesex; mother of 
Colonel C. C. Woodward and of Colonel H. J. Woodward, both of whom 
were at one time in the Papal Army; grandmother of Lieutenant Hugh 
Woodward> R.N. (1851) 

Woodward, The Misses, nieces of the eighth Viscount Middleton. 
Woolet, Mrs, wife of George Woolet, J.P. 

Woolfrey, Rev. Henry N., B.A., Cantab, an Anglican clergyman. 
Woolley, "The Misses, daughters of an Anglican clergyman. 

t Wordsworth, Rev. Charles Frederick, B.A., Magdalen Hall, 
Oxford ; Domestic Chaplain to the Marquess of Bath. (1850) 

t Wordsworth, Mrs, wife of the late Rev. Charles Frederick Wordsworth, 
B.A., Oxon. (1850) 

Workman, Walter, M.A., Queen's College, Oxford. 

t Workman, Mrs, wife of Walter Workman, M.A., Oxon. 

Works, Mrs W. G., daughter of the Rev. Dr Wimtfeld, M.A., Prebendary 
of Worcester; sister of the Rev. W. F. Wingfield, (1813-1874), M.A., Oxon, 
and curate of St Mark's, North Audley Street, London, W. ' (1893) 

t Worlledge,? Rev. Charles Wastell, M.A., Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge; successively curate of St Mary's, Ipswich, Suffolk ; St Peter's, 
London Docks, E., and then Chaplain of St Andrew's Convalescent Home, 
Folkestone, Kent; till recently editor of The Gazette of Zanzibar and East 
Africa ; son of John Worlledge, of Brooklyn, Ipswich, Judge of the Suffolk 
County Court, and Chancellor of the Diocese of Norwich. (1889) 

Worsley, Edward Cayley, son of the late Frederick Worsley, of Red- 
cliffe Square, London, W. ; son-in-law of the late Marmaduke Charles 
Selvin, J.P., D.L., of Oswin Hall, Durham. 

Worsley- Worswick, Mrs, daughter of the Rev. R. Stephens, B.D., 
vicar of Belgrave-cum-Bristall. 

Worth, Rev. Henry George, M.A., St John's College, Oxford; curate 
of St Agnes, Kennington, London, S.E. ; then chaplain of St Katharine's 
Home, East Grinstead, Sussex; member of the Pontifical Commission of 
1904 for the Vatican Edition of the Gregorian Liturgical Books; son of 
Captain Henry John Worth, R.N. (1895) 

Woulfe, The Hon. Mrs Isabella Letitia, (1816-1870), daughter of 
the second Baron Graves; granddaughter of the first Earl of Uxbridge; 
wife of Stephen Roland Woulfe, High Sheriff of co. Down, Ireland, son of 
the Right Hon. Stephen Woulfe, (1787-1840), Lord Chief Baron of the 
Irish Exchequer, the first Catholic thus appointed; sister-in-law of the 
Hon. William Towry Law, (1809-1886), fifth son of the first Baron Ellen) 
borough. (1844- 



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Wratislaw, Count Wenzel, " Wratislaw von Mitrovitz"; descended 
from the second sjn of St Wenceslaus of Bohemia. (19 iO) 

Wratislaw, Countess, wife of Count Wenzel Wratislaw; only daughter 
of J. Lancaster, of Dunchurch Lodge, Warwickshire. (1910) 

Wray, Christopher George, of the Indian Civil Service; Fellow of 
the Institute of British Architects. (1851) 

Wrey, Sir Bourchier Palk, eighth Baronet; barrister, D.C.L., D.L. 
for Devonshire. (1845) 

Wrey, Mrs, (1795-1887), sister-in-law of the preceding; wife of Robert 
Bourchier Wrey, of Lyme Regis, Devonshire. (1841) 

Wright, Rev. Charles, a Redemptorist Priest at Our Lady of Perpetual 
Succour, Kinnoull Hill, Perth, N.B. 

Wright, Mrs Leith, cousin "of Sir Henry Fletcher, fourth Baronet, of 
Ham Manor, Sussex; and of the Rev. Philip Fletcher, M.A., Oxon, a Priest, 
and Master of the Guild of Ransom for the Conversion of England. 

Wright, IVIrs Mabel, daughter of Vincent Beardsley, and sister of 
Aubrey Beardsley, (1872-1898), the artist; actress and journalist; reviewer 
for The Saturday Review; wife of George Edward Wright, son of the late 
William Wright, J.P., of Wollaton, Nottinghamshire, and of Saxelbye 
Park, Leicestershire. (1895) 

t Wright, Sir Leopold. 

Wright, Richard, of Oak Lake, Manitoba, Canada. (1892) 

Wright, William S., churchwarden of St Agnes', Kennington Park, 
London, S.E. (1891) 

Wyatt-Davies, Ernest Reuter, (1862-1907), of Charterhouse School, 
London University, and Guy's Hospital; M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge; 
first hi the First Class History Tripos in 1888; original member and first 
President of the Fisher Society at Cambridge; author of History of 
England, etc.; son of Dr Herbert Davies, late Senior Physician to the 
London Hospital. (1893) 

t Wycherley, Miss Janie, youngest daughter of the late Sir George 
Wycherley, of Cork. 

Wylie, Rev. Norbert, a Dominican Friar, till recently at Holy Cross 
Priory, Wellington Street, Leicester, now at St Dominic's Priory, Haver- 
stock Hill, London, N.W. 

Wymer, Major Reginald Augustus, of Wellington College ; late of 
the first Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, and 3rd Cameron High- 
landers ; son of General Sir George Peter Wymer, K.C.B. ; son-in-law of 
Major T. Light Elwon, J.P., D.L., of Skutterskelfe Hall, Yorkshire. (1902) 

Wymond, Thomas Philip, solicitor. 

Wyndham, The Very Rev. Francis Merrick, of Harrow School; 
M. A.,' Morton College, Oxford; curate of St George's-in-the-East, London. 
A Priest, and : till lately Superior of the Oblates of St Charles and Rural Dean 
at St Mary of the Angels, Westmoreland Road, Bays water, London, W.; 
Canon of Westminster Cathedral; author; son of Colonel Charles Wyndham, 
(brother of the first Baron Leconfield), by the Hon. Elizabeth Scott, 
daughter of the fourth Baron Polwarth. (1868) 



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Wynell-Mayow, Stanley, son of the Rev. E. M. Wynell-Mayow, M..V., 
late rector of Southam, Warwickshire. 

Wynne, Rev. John Henry Griffith, (1819-1893), of Eton College; 
B.C.L., Christ Church, and Fellow of All Souls' College, Oxford. A Priest 
of the Society of Jesus at St Beuno's College, St Asaph, North \Vales; 
founder of the Catholic Mission of Rhyl, North Wales; author; D.D. of 
Rome; son of Charles Wynne Griffith- Wynne, M.P., of Voclas and Cefu- 
Amwlch, Carnarvonshire, by Sarah, daughter of the Rev. Henry Hildyard, 
M.A. of Stokesley, Yorkshire, a near relative of the Earl of Aylesford. 

(1850) 

Wynter, Colonel A. L., late of the 96th Regiment; son of the Rev. 
Philip Wynter, D.D., late President of St John's College, Oxford. (1881) 

Wynter, Guy, B.A., St John's College, Oxford; author of various songs 
and musical settings; at one time Organist at the Birmingham Oratory; 
son of the Rev. Philip Wynter, D.D. (1883) 

Wyse, Mrs, wife of a Naval Officer. 



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YAP, Sui Kok, a Chinese Student of Edinburgh University. (1906) 

t Yard, Major, of the 32nd Regiment. 

Yard, Rev. George Beckwith, (1835-1873), M.A., Trinity College, 
Cambridge; curate of All Saints', Margaret Street, London, W. A Priest 
(Oblate of St Charles), at St Mary of the Angels, Westmoreland Road, 
Bays water, London, W. (1863) 

Yarker, Francis Palmer Ley bourne, son of the late Lieutenant 
Arnold Francis Yarker, of the 63rd Regiment; grandson of the Rev. John 
Yarker, S.C.L., vicar of St John's, Isleworth, Middlesex. (1900) 

Yarmouth, Rev. William Vaughan, M.A., St John's College, 
Oxford, Incumbent of West bury-on Trym, near Bristol. (I860) 

t Yates, John, J. P. of Oakhill Park, near Liverpool. 

Yeatman, Mrs Charlotte, wife of John Pym Yeatman, M.A., Cantab; 
daughter of Captain Alan McDonough, of Athgarvan Lodge, Curragh, 
Ireland ; and family. 

Yeatman, John Pym, M.A., Emmanuel College, Cambridge; barrister 
and genealogist; author of The Semitic Origin of the Nations of Western 
Europe, The Gentle Shakespeare, etc. 

Yelverton, William Henry Morgan, (1840 1909), of Whitland 
Abbey, Carmarthen ; son of the Hon. William Yelverton, (1791-1884), 
J.P., D.L. and M.P. for Carmarthen; grandson of the second Viscount 
Avomnore; was heir presumptive to the sixth Viscount Avonmore; a 
generous benefactor to the Catholic Church in Wales. 

t Yeoman, Captain Charles, of the Indian Army. 

t Yonge, Dr, of Plymouth; nephew of the first Baron Seaton, who fought 
in the Peninsular War and at Waterloo. (1849) 

Yorke, Miss, daughter of Simon Yorke, J.P., D.L., of Erddig Park, 
Wrexham, by Victoria, daughter of General the Hon. Sir Edward Cust, 
K.C.H., first Baronet, youngest son of the first Earl Brownlow, M.P. for 
Lostwithie and Grantham, and for many years Master of the Ceremonies 
to ILM. Queen Victoria. (1904) 



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Yorke-Smith, Mrs Leonora, authoress; daughter of J. A. Fuller- 
Maitland, M.A., F.S.A., the author and musical critic of The Times, by 
Charlotte, eldest daughter of the late William Squire. 

t Young, Rev. Cecil Beadon, M.A., Fellow of Exeter College, 
Oxford; curate of Burghclerc, Hampshire. (1847) 

Young, Sir Charles Lawrence, (1834-1887), seventh Baronet, of 
North Dean, Buckinghamshire. (1886) 

Young, Lady Mary Alice Margaret, second wife of Sir Charles 
Lawrence Young, (1834-1887), the seventh Baronet; daughter of the Rev. 
William Serocold, M.A., late vicar of Redbourne, Hertfordshire. 

t Young, John, alderman of the Tower Ward, "City of London; architect; 
J.P. for Essex; Knight of St Gregory the Great. 

Young, Major. 

t Young, Matthew, of the Inland Department of the General Post 
. . Office; son of Captain Young, of the Royal Navy. (1854) 

Young, Sir William Lawrence, eighth Baronet, of North Dean, 
Buckinghamshire; of Charterhouse School; son-in-law of the Hon. Henry 
William Petre, third son of the eleventh Baron Petre; playwright. (1896) 

Younge, Miss Lillian, daughter of Major Younge, H.E.IC.S. 
Younge, Miss Olive, daughter of Major Younge, H.E.I.C.S. 



Zimmermann, The Very Rev. Benedict, a Carmelite Monk and 
Prior of St Luke's, Wincanton, Somersetshire ; author of Carmel in England, 
etc. 



U 



APPENDIX 

CHILDREN OR GRANDCHILDREN OF CONVERTS 

SECULAR CLERGY: 

Rev. John Bacchus, Oscott College. 

The Most Rev. Dr Edward Bagshawe, Archbishop of Seleucia. 

The Very Rev. Augustus Canon Bethell. 

Rev. James Bond (1819-1887), Dudley, Worcestershire. 

The Very Rev. Joseph Canon Bond (1814-1878), West Indies. 

Rev. William Bond (1811-1888), Tasmania and London. 

The Most Rev. Dr Francis Bourne, Archbishop of Westminster. 

The late Very Rev. E. A. Bush, Australia. 

The Right Rev. Dr John Butt (1826-1899), Bishop of Southwark. 

The Right Rev. Monsignor Joseph Butt, Vice-Rector, Collegio 
Beda, Rome. 

Rev. Alfred Caiman, Colwich. 

Rev. Dudley Cary-Elwes, Peterborough. 

Rev. C. Cowley Clarke, Brighton. 

The Right Rev. Monsignor F. 0. Daunt, Brazil. 

His Eminence Cardinal Raphael Merry del Val. 

Rev. Barrington Douglas Dick, Dumfries, N.B. 

The Very Rev. Canon Lord Archibald Douglas. 

The late Rev. Herbert Duke, Keighley. 

The Very Rev. Monsignor Canon Dunn, Staines. 

Rev. Adrian Fortescue, D.D., Letch worth. 

Rev. Newton Digby Fowell, Balham, S.W. 

Rev. Ernest Garnett, Hunstaiitoii. 

Rev. Charles Giles, Newport, Salop. 

The late Right Rev. Dr Richard Gilmour, Bishop of Cleve- 
land, U.S.A. 

The Very Rev. Monsignor Edward Canon Goldie (1830-1896). 

The Right Rev. Dr Charles Graham, Bishop of Plymouth. 

Rev. Roderick Grant, Ingatestone. 
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Rev. Henry Heneage (1810-1875). 

The late Rev. Joseph Hirst. 

The late Very Rev. Frederick Husenbeth, D.D. 

The Very Rev. Daniel Canon lies, L.D., Oscott College. 

Rev. William Kent, O.S.C., London. 

Rev. Robert Laing (1858-1897). 

The late Rev. Thomas Leith. 

The Very Rev. Monsignor Claud Lindsay, Rome. 

Rev. Robert Measures, West Grinstead. 

Rev. Bernard Miller, D.D., Oscott College. 

Rev. Edmund Miller, Chichester. 

Rev. Richard Neave, Littlehanxpton. 

Rev. Arthur Pownall, London. 

Rev. Bernard Pownall, London. 

The Very Rev. George Canon Richardson (1847-1909), Manchester. 

Rev. Charles Ryder, Birmingham. 

Rev. Frederick Savory, Bishop Auckland. 

Rev. Ignatius Seager (1845-1870). 

Rev. Donald Skrimshire, London. 

The Most Rev. Dr James Smith, Archbishop of St Andrews and 

Edinburgh. 

Rev. Alfred Sperling, Leek. 
Rev. Francis Vaughan, London. 
His Eminence Herbert, Cardinal Vaughan (1832-1903), Archbishop 

of Westminster. 

Rev. Herbert Vaughan, D.D., London. 
The Right Rev. Dr John Vaughan, Bishop of Sebastopolis. 
Rev. Kenelm Vaughan (1840-1909), London. 
The Right Rev. Monsignor Bernard Canon Ward. 
The late Rev. James Weale. 
Rev. Louis Woodroffe, B.A., Oxon. 



ORATORIANS : 

Rev. Francis Bacchus, Edgbaston. 

Rev. Henry Bellasis, Rome. 

Rev. Richard Bellasis, Edgbaston. 

Rev. Kenelm Best, London, S.W. 

Rev. Charles Bowden (1836-1906), London, S.W. 

The late Rev. William Bowden, London, S.W. 

Rev. Robert Eaton, B.A., Edgbaston. 

Rev. Ralph Kerr, London, S.W. 

Rev. Anthony Pollen, Edgbaston. 

Rev. Henry Ryder (1837-1907), Edgbaston. 



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REGULAR CLERGY : 

Benedictines : 

Dom Luke Cary-Elwes, Fort Augustus, N.B. 

The Right Rev. Hugh Abbot Ford, London, W. 

Dom Bernard Hutchison, Petersfield. 

Dom Anthony Kynaston, Downside. 

Dom Hildebraiid Lane-Fox, Fort Augustus, N.B. 

Dom John Lane-Fox, Fort Augustus, N.B. 

Dom Bernard Rawlinson, Downside. 

Dom Benedict Steuart, Fort Augustus, N.B. 

The Most Rev. Dr William Ullathorne (1806-1889), Bishop of 

Birmingham and then Archbishop of Cabasa. 
Dom Jerome Vaughan (1841-1896), Fort Augustus, N.B. 
The Most Rev. Dr Roger Vaughan (1834-1883), Archbishop of 

Sydney. 

Carmelites : 

Rev. Ambrose Fatcher, London, W. 
The late Rev. William Fatcher, London W. 
Rev. Laurence Lamb, London, W. 

Dominicans : 

Rev. Laurence Shapcote, Rugeley. 

Rev. V. M. Sutherland, Trinidad, B.W.I. 

Rev. Arthur Wilberforce (1839-1904). 

Franciscans : 

Rev. Richard De Bary. 
Rev. Philip Devas. 

Institute of Chanty 
Rev. Stephen Eyre Jarvis, Rugby. 

Jesuits : 

Rev. Geoffrey Bliss, Leeds. 

Rev. John Bond (1817-1844), Calcutta. 

Rev. Stephen Bond (1826-1871), Wigan. 

Rev. Vincent Bond (1828-1892), Wigan. 

Rev. David Brand, St Asaph. 

Rev. William Brand, St Asaph. 

Rev. Noel Campbell, St Asaph. 

Rev. Cuthbert Cary-Elwes, Demerara. 

Rev. Daniel Considine, Wimbledon. 

Rev. Charles Coupe, Bournemouth. 

Rev. William Crofton, Glasgow 

Rev. Pere d' Arras, France. 

Rev. Francis Devas, Beaumont College. 



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Rev. Charles Galton. (Rector), Beaumont College. 

The Right Rev. Compton Galton, Vicar-Apostolic of Demerara. 

Rev. Henry Garman, St Asaph. 

Rev. John Gerard, London, W. 

Rev. Francis Goldie, Preston. 

Rev. John Gretton (1856-1904). 

Rev. George Gruggeii, Chesterfield. 

Rev. Sir William Heathcote, Bart., Preston. 

Rev. George Jerrard, Dalkeith, N.l>. 

Rev. Joseph Jerrard, (1846-1890). 

Rev. Herbert Lucas, Liverpool. 

Rev. Edward Mayo, Beaumont College. 

Rev. Francis Mayo, Chesterfield. 

Rev. Raymund Mayo, Stonyhurst College. 

Rev. Walter Montagu, Oxford. 

Rev. Robert Monteith, St Asaph. 

Rev. Charles Newdigate, London, N. 

Rev. John Pittar (1837-1889). 

Rev. Charles Plater, St Asaph. 

Rev. George Pollen, London, W. 

Rev. John Pollen, London, W. 

Rev. Charles Raymond-Barker, Rhyl. 

Rev. Charles Redman, Leigh. 

Rev. John Redman, Chesterfield. 

Rev. Robert Steuart, Stonyhurst College. 

Rev. Roland Thomas (1864-1893). 

Rev. Bernard Vaughan, London, W. 

Br. William Vaughan, Stonyhurst College. 

Passionist : 
Rev. Michael Watts-Russell. 

Redemptorists : 

Rev. Cyril Dodsworth (1843-1907). 

The Very Rev. Basil Gaisford (Provincial), London, S.W. 

Rev. Bernard Howell, Rome. 

Rev. Edmund Howell, London. 

Rev. Cyril Ryder, Perth, KB. 

The Very Rev. George Stebbing (Rector), London, S.W. 

Salesian : 
Rev. Aloysius Sutherland, Burwash. 

Servite : 

The Very Rev. Alphonsus Coventry, Bognor. 



Appendix 311 



THE ROYAL NAVY 

Lieut. Robert Ames. 

Commander Vincent Bowring. 

Lieut. Ralph Glutton. 

Lieut. Philip Couron. 

Commander Montague Consett. 

Commander Lionel Coxon. 

The late Lieut. Julian Dash wood. 

Lieut. Rudolph de Lisle (1853-1885). 

Lieut. Albert Dixie. 

Commander Eric Dugmore. 

Lieut. Wilfrid Egerton. 

Rear-Admiral Frederick Fegen M.V.O. 

Lieut, the Hon. Hugh Feilding. 

Lieut. Julian Gaisford-St Lawrence. 

Commander Herbert Garnett. 

Lieut. Andrew Kerr. 

Commander Clement La Primaudaye (1843-1910), C.V.O. 

Lieut. Frederick Law. 

Lieut. Joseph Maxwell-Scott. 

Lieut. Malcolm Maxwell-Scott. 

Midshipman Alexander Montagu. 

Lieut. George Montagu. 

Commander Francis Pollen. 

Commander Edmund Prendergast. 

Lieut. Walter Selby. 

Lieut. Hugh Woodward. 

THE ARMY: 

Lieut. Patrick a Beckett, R.A. 

Lieut. John Ames, late 5th Fusiliers. 

Capt. Dodington Baker, Indian Army. 

Lieut-Col. Robert Baker, late R.A. 

Capt. Edward Bellingham, 1st Royal Scots. 

Lieut. Roger Bellingham, R.A. 

Lieut-Col. Henry Bethell, R.A. 

Capt. Leonard Bethell, Indian Army. 

Major Thomas Britten, Indian Army. 

Lieut. Viscount Campden, Gloucestershire Regt. 

Capt. Adrian Cave, late 10th Hussars. 

Major Joseph Chichester, late Worcestershire Regt. 

Captain Nugent Chichester. 

Major Walter Chichester, Worcestershire Regt. 

Capt. Anthony Cliffe, late Royal Irish Regt. 



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Major Richard Cochrane, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. 

Lieut. Denzil Cope, Hampshire Regt. 

Lieut. Lord Ninian Crichtoii-Stuart, Scots Guards. 

Lieut. Arthur Davis-Cooke, 10th Hussars. 

Lieut. Bernard de Lisle, late Leicestershire Yeomanry. 

Major Everard de Lisle, Leicestershire Yeomanry 

Colonel the Earl of Denbigh, C.V.O. 

Lieut.-Col. Archibald Douglas Dick, C.B. 

Lieut. George Dixie, Scottish Borderers. 

Lieut. Theodore Dobson, late Royal West Kent Regt. 

Captain Wilfrid Dugmore, Chester Regt. 

Capt. William Dugmore, D.S.O., North Stafford Regt. 

Lieut. Stephen Eaton, late 60lh Rifles. 

Captain Charles Edmonstone-Cranstoun. 

Lieut. Viscount Feilding, Coldstream Guards. 

Lieut, the Hon. Bertram Forbes, Royal Irish Rifles. 

Lieut, the Hon. Donald Forbes, R.A. 

Lieut, the Hon. Fergus Forbes, Royal Irish Regt. 

Capt. the Hon. Reginald Forbes, Gordon Highlanders. 

Major Charles Fox, Scots Guards. 

Capt. Henry Fox (1849-1902), King's Dragoon Guards. 

The late Capt. Hubert C. Fox. 

Lieut, the Hon. Arthur French, late City of London Regt. 

Lieut, the Earl of Gainsborough, late 10th Hussars. 

Major Walter Gaisford, Seaforth Highlanders. 

Major Hubert Galton, late R.A. 

Lieut. Cecil Garnett, late Royal Scots Fusiliers. 

Capt. Frederick Gerard, late of the 23rd Regt. 

Lieut. Gilbert Gerard, Highland Light Infantry. 

General Sir Montagu Gerard (1843-1905), R.A. 

Colonel Wilfrid Gibson, V.D. 

Lieut. Bernard Glasson, late Antrim Militia. 

Lieut. Alwyn Gosselin, Grenadier Guards. 

Capt. the Earl of Granard, Scots Guards. 

Capt. James Grant, Cheshire Regt. 

Lieut. Harman Grisewood, late 4th Hussars. 

Lieut.-Col. Gilbert Harrison, R.E. 

Major William Harrison, R.E. 

Lieut.-Col. Gilbert Heathcote, late Cameronians. 

Major-General Sir Ivor Herbert, Bart., M.P. 

Lieut. W. H. Howard. 

Capt. Wilfrid Howell, D.S.O. 

Hon. Col. the Earl of Kenmare, C.V.O. , Munster Fusilu is. 

Major Francis Kerr (1840-1884), Rifle Brigade. 

Capt. Henry Kerr, late Cameronians. 

Lieut. John Kerr, Sherwood Foresters. 



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Capt. Francis Lane-Fox (1872-1908). 

Lieut. Adrian Law, Royal Canadian Regt. 

Lie'it. John Law, late Royal Canadian Regt. 

Lieut. George Lay ton, R.H.A. 

Colonel Archibald Leslie, late Cameronians. 

Capt. Edward Loiigueville, 1st Coldstream Guards. 

Major Reginald Longueville, 1st Coldstream Guards. 

Lieut. Hugh Lumsden, late Gordon Highlanders. 

Major Kenneth Macdonald. 

Lieut. Henry McCarthy-O'Leary, Royal Irish Fusiliers. 

Capt. John McCarthy-O'Leary, South Lancashire Regt. 

Colonel Henry Mathias, C.B., Gordon Highlanders. 

Capt. Cuthbert Martin, Highland Light Infantry. 

Capt. Walter Maxwell-Scott, Cameronians. 

Lieut. Edmund Monteith, Indian Army. 

Lieut. J. Basil Monteith, Gordon Highlanders. 

Lieut. John Morrell, M.V.O., King's Own Regt. 

Lieut.-Col. the Hon. Edward Noel, Rifle Brigade. 

Lieut. Edward Noel, R.G.A. 

Colonel the Duke of Norfolk, K.G. 

Capt. Lord Norreys, late Berkshire Regt. 

Lieut, the Hon. Roger North, late 7th Hussars. 

Capt. the Hon. William North, late Norfolk Regt. 

Major James O'Connell, Shropshire Light Infantry. 

Major Richard O'Shee. R.E. 

Major Arthur Owen-Lewis, D.S.O., late Yorkshire Regt. 

Lieut. John Owen, Army Service Corps. 

Lieut. George Perram, Indian Army. 

Lieut. Everard Phillipps (1835-1857), V.C., 60th Royal Rifles. 

Capt. Stephen Pollen, late Wiltshire Regt. 

Lieut. Walter Pollen (1860-1889), R.E. 

Lieut.-Col. Ladislas Pope-Hennessy, D.S.O. 

Major Gerald Prendergast, late King's Royal Rifles. 

Capt. Francis Revell-Sutton, York and Lancashire Regt. 

Capt. Philip Rose, late Oxfordshire Light Infantry. 

Capt. William Rushbrooke, East Yorkshire Regt. 

Lieut. Denis Ryan, 6th Gurkha Rifles. 

Lieut. Reginald Schomberg, Seaforth Highlanders. 

Major Philip Scott, A.S.C. 

Major Basil Scott-Murray, late Scots Guards. 

Lieut. Charles Scott-Murray, (1848-1909), 1st Life Guards. 

Lieut. Francis Scott-Murray, late Oxfordshire Light Infantry. 

Capt. Archibald Smith-Sligo, Royal Scots. 

Lieut. Bernard Steuart, late Black Watch. 

Capt. John Steuart, late Rifle Brigade. 

Lieut, the Hon. Edward Stonor, Oxfordshire Yeomanry. 



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Capt. Mark Sykes, Yorkshire Regt. 

Colonel Lord Edmund Talbot, llth Hussars. 

Lieut. Henry Talbot, llth Hussars. 

Capt. Arthur Tozer, West Indian Regt. 

Major Charles Vaughan, 7th Dragoon Guards. 

Colonel Francis Vaughan, late Royal Monmouthshire Engineers. 

Lieut. Humphrey Vaughan, R.F.A. 

Capt. Cyril Wickham, Royal Fusiliers. 

Capt. William Wickham, Scots Guards. 



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